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    Checked the wire & connectors under the fuel pump...

    Checked the wire & connectors under the fuel pump first. All seemed ok, or at least the engine light didn't come on when I was jiggling them.

    Next looked for & found (I think) the tacho sensor...
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    Where in the front of the motor is this tacho...

    Where in the front of the motor is this tacho sensor? Is it worth checking out if I have had no problem with tacho readings, including when engine light is going on & off?
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    Engine light on dash

    Can anyone tell me what the potential causes for the engine light to illuminate on the dash are please?

    Ours has been coming on & off for a while, but only when on the more severe corrugations. It...
  4. Just out of interest, what oil are you other...

    Just out of interest, what oil are you other 'weepers' using in gearbox & transfer case?
    I'm using Penrite's 75w85 'Pro, full synthetic, which is fairly thin & 'runny' even when cold.
  5. We are still out bush so just continue to keep an...

    We are still out bush so just continue to keep an eye on oil level in gearbox & transfer case & carry oil to top up if needed. Have driven around 1500km since first noticing the ‘leak’ with a mix of...
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    FWIW Scarra, mine has been noticed in similar...

    FWIW Scarra, mine has been noticed in similar conditions to you. ie. hot, heavy, long distance 4WD in low range in dust, sand,gravel, rocks & hills. Oil level has not. Oil level has not noticeably...
  7. @AB Money on it's way to you via carrier...

    @AB

    Money on it's way to you via carrier pigeon from Queensland's Gulf country. 'Cuppa Forum $'
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    Ok, I reckon this could be difficult as things...

    Ok, I reckon this could be difficult as things never look as steep as they are on photos compared to real life, or are they? Show us the STEEP places you have taken your Patrol..... unless of course...
  9. Its exactly like that Steve - where is this...

    Its exactly like that Steve - where is this transfer breather hose you mention? (Too dark to go look at the moment).
  10. Thread: Cuppa’s Blog

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    New blog post. After a year in the Kimberley we...

    New blog post. After a year in the Kimberley we leave WA & drive our Patrol & Tvan across the NT via Kalkarindji, the Gregory National Park, Katherine, Ngukurr, & Limmen's Lost cities.
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    Thanks MR, appreciate your posts, will have to...

    Thanks MR, appreciate your posts, will have to try sitting in one of those Oztent chairs when I get the chance, bnut will also need to check if we can fit it's folded size in our limited space. If...
  12. Weeping joint between Gearbox & Transfer case

    We had just climbed the Wickham Track jump up in the Gregory National Park with Tvan in tow, & pulled up at the top to breathe a sigh of relief & to bathe in a tiny moment of self glorification at...
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    Aftermarket seat question.

    My back continues to give me grief, exacerbated I believe by camp chairs & standard GU seats. When travelling full time & these are the only seats we have it is not good news. Neither have lumbar...
  14. My bad. Sorry, meant to link to a 12 x 1.5...

    My bad. Sorry, meant to link to a 12 x 1.5 reducer. Just trying to be helpful as I knew aeroflow make one to suit 'cos that's what I used when fitting a redarc gauge to my TD42i.

    Here is the link...
  15. https://www.aeroflowperformance.com/af912-m12-01ss...

    https://www.aeroflowperformance.com/af912-m12-01ss-m12x1-25-pipe-reduce-to-f-male
  16. Thread: Cuppa’s Blog

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    East Kimberley - New rear suspension & we drive...

    East Kimberley - New rear suspension & we drive from Kununurra to the Bungles via Parry Creek Rd & Wyndham, getting bogged again in the process.
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    'Incoming' - just before the wind hit us. 79060

    'Incoming' - just before the wind hit us.

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    More stormy than dark. 79059

    More stormy than dark.

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    At our favourite free camp (5 nights) on the Gibb...

    At our favourite free camp (5 nights) on the Gibb River Road. We sat & watched the storm brew in the distance in the early morning light. Just us & the wildlife.

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    I think most Kimberley offroaders would disagree...

    I think most Kimberley offroaders would disagree with you on that TD. Mud patterns are good for wet muddy slippery conditions, but even then using them on outback dirt roads during the Wet season...
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    Just a 2 cents worth comment. Having now been...

    Just a 2 cents worth comment.

    Having now been in the Kimberley for 11 months I've had the chance to check out which tyres are most popular among folk who live up here, particularly those who like...
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    Ha ha, I have been doing the same, but the only...

    Ha ha, I have been doing the same, but the only stocking I had developed a large ladder, so now running naked again. :)
    Paper filter does a good job, but have been finding that the connection from...
  23. Thread: Fridge Wiring

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    If the fridge itself has the necessary protection...

    If the fridge itself has the necessary protection built in & the fuse is purely to protect the wiring, it makes no sense to have the fuse at the fridge end. Cannot see why a 20A fuse is recommended...
  24. Thread: Fridge Wiring

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    Hi TD. Yep Jimmy Boy mentioned using Anderson...

    Hi TD. Yep Jimmy Boy mentioned using Anderson Plug. Best way to go, far more secure on rough roads. My original fridge plugs (ARB) had the fuses built in. I must admit I wasn't sure if the fridges...
  25. Thread: Fridge Wiring

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    Fuses (& circuit breakers) protect the wiring in...

    Fuses (& circuit breakers) protect the wiring in case of a short circuit, to prevent the wire getting hot & starting a fire. A fuse may also be required to protect the fridge itself. Best to have...
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