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Land Rover LR3 SOHC V6

Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by enb54, May 22, 2019.

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  1. enb54

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    Decided to either get a balance shaft engine, or try to rebuild the LR3, have not pulled the LR3 engine out yet though, going semi-nuts trying to figure out what to do. Will sit down with a bottle of rum, then decide... or not?...
     
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    BrooklynBay Moderator & long time member. Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    You are welcome! I believe that I have already got a lot of good information on the 4.0 engine, this is a great site...
     
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    Either way that engine needs to come out. According to the book that's a 15 hr job. Pitter patter :)
     
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    Have a few other family things to attend to, but once I start I'll be on it very steadily...
     
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    OK, have got a 2008 Ranger 4x4 engine, arranging to have the old Land Rover dragged off to a better (bigger is better) location to start surgery, which I'm sure will be interesting...

    Anyone here happen to know what position the front harmonic balancer crankshaft position sensor reads out to the engine computer at #1 TDC vs the Land Rover (rear transmission housing) ? A hint is all I need...
     
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