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jimonut



Member Since: 02 Jul 2019
Location: somerset
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2005 Defender 110 2.5 TD SW Alpine White
Rattle on acceleration

Hi Guys , my td5 110 has started making a right rattle when reving hard on the move. it sounds like its underneath in driveline area .
It doesn't do it when stopped but if i start driving and put my foot down the car really rattles , if i put my clutch in or out its still there and if i put it in neutral its still there as long as im moving.
I initially thought it was the gearbox as i have a right old mechanical sousing shift, but im not convinced.
Any help would be appreciated .

Post #791913 10th Sep 2019 7:27pm
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JWL



Member Since: 26 Oct 2011
Location: Hereford
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England 2002 Defender 110 Td5 SW Coniston Green

Worth checking the hat shield above the turbo, they're prone to cracking around the fixing points and then rattle like a good un

Post #791928 10th Sep 2019 8:00pm
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jimonut



Member Since: 02 Jul 2019
Location: somerset
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2005 Defender 110 2.5 TD SW Alpine White

Thanks I’ll have a look , but I d hear that when stopped right ?

Post #792054 11th Sep 2019 8:54am
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excossack



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United Kingdom 1999 Defender 110 Td5 SW Caledonian Blue

Have you a stone caught in the brakes shield? 1999 Defender TD5 110

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Post #792077 11th Sep 2019 10:34am
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