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Thread: Essential D3 D4 RRS travelling spares

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    Essential D3 D4 RRS travelling spares

    Hi Guys.
    Thought I would start a sticky thread on what you believe are essential travelers spares for the D3 D4 RRS.
    At Gordons GEO seminar he says carry at a minimum.
    Wheel speed sensors.
    Height sensors.
    Airline repair kit.
    Please add what you guys carry and what you belive we should be carrying on an extended tour.
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    Essential D3 D4 RRS travelling spares

    Alternate Jack.

    Fault Code Reader / Clearer.
    Multimeter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Rich~ View Post
    Alternate Jack.
    Yes but, (words of wisdom from Gordon again) always carry the OEM jack too because there is almost nothing else that will get under a D3 / D4 if the suspension has dropped on it's bum. The crappy scissor jack is needed to raise the vehicle enough to get a proper jack under it.
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    Thanks Andrew,

    This thread is a good idea.

    Part numbers would be a big help as well.

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    I'd add in - brake light switch, a few bulbs for brake / reverse and park lights and a few fuses. They don't cost much or weigh much but could very well be useful.

    If car is older and hasn't had water outlet housing or the larger turbo hose changed these might also be a good idea.

    And a fault code reader which I still haven't got around to getting....

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    Spare rear suspension link rod bolts RYG501580.
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    I have in my kit the following:

    2 x suspension sensors with rods (front and rear)

    1 x brake switch

    2 x suspension link bolts (on order waiting for them to arrive), need to add a left hand drill bit and carry a battery drill when travelling.

    I also carry a breaker bar and socket for the wheel nuts.

    I will add an IID Tool, GOE emergency air kit and wheel speed sensors.

    I only carry the brake switch and suspension sensors day to day and the rest when I travel.
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    Thanks for the thread.

    It would be extremely helpful if part numbers could be provided as well...
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    I carry;

    Spare air filter

    wheel speed sensors F & R

    Faultmate and laptop

    Height sensor and rod

    6th spare wheel on long trips

    Rear suspension link rod bolts (RYG501580)
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    Quote Originally Posted by winaje View Post
    Thanks for the thread.

    It would be extremely helpful if part numbers could be provided as well...
    Some of the part numbers are dependent on model and Vin.

    Brake switch is XKB50110.

    Suspension sensors are Vin dependent. Try Landrover Parts Catalog for part numbers
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