LAND ROVER DISCOVERY 3 REPLACEMENT PARTS LOG

 REPAIRS AND REPLACEMENTS SCHEDULE

 

 

I have owned my 2005 Land Rover Discovery 3 since new and apart from the first warranty services have always done all the repairs and replacements myself.  I carry out services annually which is under the recommended 25,000 km interval.

Below is the schedule of additional works I have done.

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152,000 km

 

Timing belts

Fan belts

Water pump and pulleys

Alternator

 

178,000 km

 

Front lower wishbones

Suspension compressor

Steering track rod ends

Turbo hoses (long intercoder pipes) replaced with silicone pipes

 

186,000 km

 

Low pressure fuel pump (in the tank)

Front upper wishbones

MAF (mass air flow) sensor

Brake light switch

Prop shaft

MAP (manifold air pressure) sensor

Engine excess fuel return pipe

Turbo – click here for details

Gear box fluid and filter

Transfer box fluid

Rear and front axle fluid

Coolant

 

 

210,000

 

EGR (engine gas recirculation) valves failed and were blanked off (modification)

New battery

Front brake discs

 

 

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217,000 km

 

Gear box oil replaced and flushed

 

237,000

 

Rear suspension rebuild – click here for details

Upper and lower wishbone joints

Rear brake discs

Electronic parking brake shoes