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LR4 5.0 Chain Guides actual problem?

Discussion in 'LR4' started by Tubthumper, Mar 15, 2017.

  1. wallyyfm

    wallyyfm Member

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    An update on my LR4 I did the oil with the mighty vac and got a chance to look a least one of the chains. Everything in there looked very clean with no brown burn. I tugged on the chain with a tool and it seemed pretty taught. I got all 8 liters out so to this day I’m not sure what that sound was but it has not returned. I’ll chalk it up to cold weather.

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  2. wallyyfm

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    I forgot to reply to this. At JLR Thousand Oaks they would pull the pan bolt. I did have it serviced once at Fresno but I do not know if they pulled it. The other 2 times it’s been changed I’ve done it.
     
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    Interesting as the JLR dealers I have been to have a fancy air driven draining system. I guess if they are doing and charging for an inspection they may pull the bolt. Usually it is a functioning crack head one step above lot boy who is doing the lube/oil/filters though...
     
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    What shop do you work at in Glendale?
     

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