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by David
16 Nov 2016 14:15
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Re: Newby Patrol Owner - Things to look out for

Let me think... It is a GL.... a 4.8....low milage ..... serviced.... nope I can't think of anything :rolleyes:

Only thing I would look out for is play on the front wheel bearings and maybe a stuck difflock solenoid due to lack of use which are all easy to fix.

Welcome to the forum :thumbup:
by ricster
16 Nov 2016 16:14
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Re: Newby Patrol Owner - Things to look out for

Welcome to the forum !! These beasts are built to last and can take a lot of punishment, so you have a gem there. Post a few pics .... cause its yummy for us to perv over....hahaha. And more importantly .... You are in Alberton !!!.... :woo: :woo: Is yours a silver one that I've seen a few times in ...
by Alex Roux
16 Nov 2016 17:57
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Re: Newby Patrol Owner - Things to look out for

For some reason there is this polarisation of Patrols (or otherwise active forum members) in Alberton and Centurion.

What is it about the Force awakens in 4x4's?

and who will bring balance to this force?

Welkom Dirk!
by Peter Connan
16 Nov 2016 19:30
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Re: Newby Patrol Owner - Things to look out for

Welcome Dirk.

Just the diff-lock solenoid already mentioned by David comes to mind.

Good looking car, congratulations.
by Picasso
16 Nov 2016 20:21
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Re: Newby Patrol Owner - Things to look out for

Thank you Manne Peter, David - how would I go about having that difflock solenoid checked out? Welcome Dirk I think what you want to check is the diff lock function. Put the car on loose ground engage 4L and switch the diff lock on. The diff lock light should initially flash and when diff lock enga...