Premier power welder for a Land Rover (alternator pulley set up for a v belt) 160 amp alternator by premier power welder.
The alternator could likely stand for a rebuild, when tested it was properly making 13.9 volts just above idle but was flaky at idle, might just not have worked with...
Finally warm enough to mess with it. Both the front and rear sensors were junk and didn’t work properly when bench tested. Replaced the front most dead sensor with a new sensor (believe it was a reverse sensor for a R380, but same deal) and spliced it into place. Left the rear most sensor in...
Yeah, the switch might be bad. Its been too cold out to mess with it. My next plan is to try splicing into the rear most CDL switch instead of the front one. if that doesn't work, I'll attempt removing the switches to bench test their function, that'll just be a PITA due to the tight working space.
I have now replaced my '01 CDL transfercase with a freshly resealed '04 transfercase. The '04 transfercase has two CDL sensors in the front output of the case, as opposed to the one sensor that my '01 had. I cut and crimped the old wires and attached them to the front most sensor on the '04...
so long as the motor isn't knocking, change HG's (if that's the issue), machine heads, and run it. I'd take care of the entire cooling system while your in there. Water pump, hoses, radiator, fan clutch, thermostat (mod it with the inline sbc 180 deg, throw that artificial heart in the trash)
Im running XZL’s on them. I’ve got a series wheel as the spare tire currently, so it’ll work just fine if I need it and mounted up on the hood you’d never be able to tell it’s any different. It would make me all warm and fuzzy inside to know I’ve got the proper wheel as a spare.
Come to find out my Lightweight came with 4 of these under it, but I'm hoping to find a 5th to use as the spare. By chance does anyone have an extra laying around? Looking for a spare.
Searching has found these were used under the one ton series 109's, defender 130's and NAS 110's.
If your running 3" or more lift, you'd likely need to look at a conventional double cardan rear drive shaft. I chased a vibration down and found it to be coming from the rear. Going from a rotoflex to the conventional two joint driveshaft from a D1 helped some, but the double cardan is the fix