TD4 Freelander 1 Propshaft Complete

Asked by Mar 09, 2017 at 02:55 AM about the Land Rover Freelander

Question type: General

Will a TD4 Freelander 1, propshaft with VCU fit on a V6 freelander 1
If the propshaft is removed will there be any harm to gearboxes, or other harm to vehicle?

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you can remove the VCU, bearlings and propshaft and your freelander will become a 2 wheel drive. you should purchase a blanking plate to fit to the transmission/transer case - there are plenty of youtube videos on how to do this. the plate is a few $.

no the td4 and v6 are different but as i said above you can remove the vcu and rear propshaft with no effect, except better milage.

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