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    Wot Yoda said x 2 ^^^^

    Wot Yoda said x 2 ^^^^
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    Only people who are disappointed or have...

    Only people who are disappointed or have fails/poor experiences blog/post on the 'net.
    For example no-one looking on the net would ever buy a Patrol cause there are 1'000's of reports of the front...
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    The main thing to check is the network and FWIW...

    The main thing to check is the network and FWIW Telstra has the best remote coverage so Telstra or any third party SIM that uses Telstra is the go.
    Next most important is who/where the Server is...
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    Yeah... the ZD uses a Sprag Clutch in the Pulley...

    Yeah... the ZD uses a Sprag Clutch in the Pulley which can be problematic.
    Some people stick with a Clutch, some change out for a solid pulley
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    Check/Replace the scrivets around the scuttle...

    Check/Replace the scrivets around the scuttle panel.

    Usually one or two will get damaged when windscreens are replaced and not all tradies will replace them

    If they leak the water that pools...
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    Won't damage the Car, won't help the Planet, will...

    Won't damage the Car, won't help the Planet, will damage your brain which is why lots of people choose to kill themselves that way as Carbon Monoxide is a) odourless and b) painless
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    AFAIK, no model of the GQ's had headlight relays

    AFAIK, no model of the GQ's had headlight relays
  8. With a new Alt and a fully charged battery (car...

    With a new Alt and a fully charged battery (car won't start if Battery is stuffed so if it cranks and starts then should be OK as well) the idle volts should be 13.8 or better... If it isn't then you...
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    Agree 100%

    Agree 100%
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    Sticky: Only guaranteed fix for Death Wobbles that I know...

    Only guaranteed fix for Death Wobbles that I know is buy a Y62 :049:
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    Did the Great Central from Laverton to Yulara and...

    Did the Great Central from Laverton to Yulara and Chambers Pillar, Finke, Dalhousie, etc and only thing that fell off the rails was me at the Mt Dare Pub
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    I keep one "set" in its case and carry my extras...

    I keep one "set" in its case and carry my extras (deep and impact etc) on socket rails (link for example only)...
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    Scangauge or equivalent EGT gauge (almost...

    Scangauge or equivalent
    EGT gauge (almost mandatory for towing esp in gnarly/sandy terrain)
    2.75 or 3 inch exhaust
    Catch Can
    More efficient intercooler
    Manual Boost Control
    EGR block (you will...
  14. Unless you have mates who genuinely, I stress...

    Unless you have mates who genuinely, I stress genuinely, know what they are doing... Join a Club or do a 4WD Course

    Clubs are more fun and cheaper, Courses are more expensive but quicker
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    The ZD engine has several "Torx" fasteners of...

    The ZD engine has several "Torx" fasteners of varying sizes so I would get a set of 3/8 drive Torx from Supercheap/Repco/Ebay etc

    I would also clean the MAF which may well be the issue for your...
  16. Sticky: Thanks for posting the outcomes matey... often if...

    Thanks for posting the outcomes matey... often if the solve it themselves many people don't bother which defeats the whole purpose of the Forums.
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    They look alright... IMHO Canvas is the go... ...

    They look alright... IMHO Canvas is the go...

    So the odd spanner doesn't fall out, Spanner Rolls with a "tie strings" around the middle so you can tie the "waist" of the roll and/or sufficient...
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    Yeah, 1,000's incl a few hunjy for the R18 thread...

    Yeah, 1,000's incl a few hunjy for the R18 thread :-)

    But if it is spanners in particular...

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    The blue flare nut spanner roll and the black roll with R/OE 6 to 24mm set plus ratchet...
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    Tool Roll. I've pretty much tried every option...

    Tool Roll.

    I've pretty much tried every option over the years, containers, spanner clips, tool boxs et al but IMHO a Tool Roll is easily the best
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    Yeah, can be a PIA mate esp if some water has got...

    Yeah, can be a PIA mate esp if some water has got down there over time and softened the backing.

    Use a trim removal tool and they won't usually pull out even if the backing is shitty.

    Haven't...
  21. Darwin eh... I lived there for 13 years from 88...

    Darwin eh... I lived there for 13 years from 88 to 2000.

    As others have said don't tow in OD or if you do then use OD judiciously.
    I would use OD in mine (07 CRD) but only downhill or lighter...
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    Makes sense mate... the cutoff should be a min of...

    Makes sense mate... the cutoff should be a min of 10% to about 20% below the blow off so anything between 120 and and 135 will suit admirably.
    140 isn't leaving much room and would def not go any...
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    Hmmm... does sound like you got a dodgy new...

    Hmmm... does sound like you got a dodgy new switch then Cobber.
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    As others have said... usually a symptom of a...

    As others have said... usually a symptom of a faulty switch or blocked pressure port due to corrosion

    Assuming the PRV and Pressure Switch are not integrated
    1 - remove pressure switch (leave...
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    Nah, not that hard... I've done it a few times...

    Nah, not that hard... I've done it a few times over the years.
    Turn full lock onto the stop that stayed in place, eyeball the radius arm to tyre clearance, full lock the other way, adjust if needs...
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