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    Alternator finally...

    😥😥. 156,600km. 4.4tdv8 2011 Vogue. Started her up at 545am to a whole dash of lamps, and charging system fault warning... sigh....

    Could be worse, we are off up to the north of the state at 6am tomorrow!!! At least I have today to sort it...
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    I hope it's easier to do and cheaper than the L322 M62 V8 alternator.
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    I hope theres a Tutorial and cross referenced part number!!





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    The alternator itself is easy to unbolt and disconnect, the wiring is in easy to reach areas. The biggest pain is the fan, shroud, coolant and boost hoses etc etc... up to 2 hours already....🤬
    The Isuzu 110. Solid and as dependable as a rock, coming soon with auto box😊
    The Range Rover L322 4.4.TTDV8 ....probably won't bother with the remap..😈

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    Quote Originally Posted by justinc View Post
    The biggest pain is the fan, shroud, coolant and boost hoses etc etc... up to 2 hours already....🤬
    But it is only a 45 minute job - maybe you had better get a better Indy to do the job.
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    4 hours, includes coolant flush while it was apart... a few strained muscles and scrapes, and only 1 shroud bolt left over... it's NOT going back in👍😎
    The Isuzu 110. Solid and as dependable as a rock, coming soon with auto box😊
    The Range Rover L322 4.4.TTDV8 ....probably won't bother with the remap..😈

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    I had hoped that the 4.4's 220A version might last longer. Do you use the heated seats, steering wheel and windscreen much in your often cool climate?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graeme View Post
    I had hoped that the 4.4's 220A version might last longer. Do you use the heated seats, steering wheel and windscreen much in your often cool climate?
    I use the seat heaters, screen and aux diesel heater a lot in winter, but mine is the poverty model, not even a bloody phone module installed I found out!! I wonder if o can buy one and configure it Graeme?
    The Isuzu 110. Solid and as dependable as a rock, coming soon with auto box😊
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    No phone module? The handbook doesn't suggest that it might not be fitted and the Faultmate that I initially used shows that 100% of the model range have the phone and microphone fitted.

    The single telephone module is normally located in the rear (presumably left side with all the other modules) with 4 wire connections, 2 of which are MOST-in and MOST-out and if the microphone isn't fitted then I bet that the wiring is (I haven't yet found the microphone schematic). BT has to be enabled in the CCF as would the phone module. No distinct BT module is listed amongst mine's various modules by the IIDTool so presumably is provided by the BCU. The MOST-out from another module can be relocated to the phone module's MOST-out and a new MOST lead fitted between the other module's MOST-out and the phone module's MOST-in. I'll take a picture of mine's module shortly.

    Edit: I found a BT module AH42 10F845 AA connected to the MOST bus even though its not listed as an ecu so still researching. The BT module is apparently the same as fitted to D4s etc.

    No, that module is the telephone module according to the IIDTool. The wiring schematic doesn't show a BT module on the MOST bus so I suspect that the phone module provides BT support.
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