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Old February 16th, 2015, 01:18 PM
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Part number help

This is probably an easy one, anyone know the part number to the L shape bracket for the plug leads?
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Old February 16th, 2015, 01:21 PM
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A better question might be ... Can someone point me to the diagrams where I can lookup this part number up for myself? Teach a man to fish ..

Start here ...

http://www.landroverweb.com/landrove...sel-v8-petrol/
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Old February 16th, 2015, 02:34 PM
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Sorry I'm not trying to be lazy, I did have a go at looking it up but failed :s thought someone might already know it.

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Old February 16th, 2015, 04:41 PM
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Many thanks, guess it's ERR395.

That would be great, will PM you now.

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A better question might be ... Can someone point me to the diagrams where I can lookup this part number up for myself? Teach a man to fish
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For future reference..part numbers in the 'sticky'.


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A better question might be ... Can someone point me to the diagrams where I can lookup this part number up for myself? Teach a man to fish ..
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Set a man on fire, he will be warm for the rest of his life.
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Land rovers parts software is called Microcat.
Here's an online link to what the dealerships use.

http://lrparts.ru/engl/
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If you set a man on fire I don't think he'd be alive for very long...
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If you set a man on fire I don't think he'd be alive for very long...
It's irony ... It's a kind of humor rarely understood in the USA.

My post contains some sarcasm ... Again rarely understood here.
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It's irony ... It's a kind of humor rarely understood in the USA.

My post contains some sarcasm ... Again rarely understood here.
oh I understand irony and sarcasm ...have you noticed that some very good examples of irony come from being around rovers...lol and my post was in jest, with just a touch of sarcasm. Did you catch it?
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It's just a dead simple bracket. Fabricate it in under 30 minutes (beer included). Hell, bling it out using stainless.
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oh I understand irony and sarcasm ...have you noticed that some very good examples of irony come from being around rovers...lol and my post was in jest, with just a touch of sarcasm. Did you catch it?
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The U.S. And English spellings in sarcastic comments tend to cause some impedance mid-match!
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