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The Fox



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Puma Maintenance Schedule - Definitive Guide

So my pride and joy MY14 90SW is finally out of warranty and fresh out of the dealers after a month at the body shop being sorted. I thought it would be good together to put together a definitive routine maintenance schedule, in addition to the usual A & B services.

What do people do as a routine job, how often and on what parts (grease, oil, level-checks etc.) I'll tie it all together on a worksheet.

Post #642357 7th Aug 2017 10:33am
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The Fox



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In addition to this, that is...



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I'll start:

50,000 Miles :: Replace axle and transfer box oil
100,000 Miles :: Replace gearbox oil

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ericvv



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Well, if it is your pride and joy, do you really want to wait that long to replace the gearbox and transfer box oil? Shocked
I'm not impressed with this Land Rover schedule where you can wait until a next life before replacing gear/transfer box and axle oils. Or replace the coolant fluid only after 200.000 km. Shocked Common sense tells me otherwise. Whistle
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Hello The Fox

In addition...

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I completely agree with ericvv...
The Maintenance should match the work tackled, but even if this is predominately road use, there is a lot of mechanical movement through the Transmission and Running Gear, swapping out all these with good quality Oils and Grease, at 50% (or sooner) than the recommended LR Schedules, is a wise move in my opinion.

To be fair to LR, they do advise a significant reduction in operation time between maintenance with 'Arduous Usage'...

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Good Luck...

 SKIP.

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been staring at the last picture for ages, did anyone else notice its a series 2 rather than a Puma?
Took me a while though Whistle

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zsd-puma



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ericvv wrote:
Well, if it is your pride and joy, do you really want to wait that long to replace the gearbox and transfer box oil? Shocked
I'm not impressed with this Land Rover schedule where you can wait until a next life before replacing gear/transfer box and axle oils. Or replace the coolant fluid only after 200.000 km. Shocked Common sense tells me otherwise. Whistle
Eric


Don't be silly you'll have to replace them long before then due to leakage anyway. Laughing

To be fair the Japanese have been using sealed for life coolant for decades. And Land Rover do specify much lower change intervals if you work the vehicle hard in dusty/wet conditions or extremes of temperatures. It never hurts to change more often than needed, although it may just be a waste of money.

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The Fox



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So I started writing this for my own reference, but if it's useful for anyone else I added a disclaimer and used your input:


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These look great have you got a PDF at all? @tab.travels on instagram
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I’ve been looking for a 2.2 puma service schedule PDF as a nice way of recording the service work I undertake, and really like the Defender2.net one above. Was a copy ever posted as I would really appreciate a copy to use myself.
Also is there a landrover one for the 2.2, as per the 2.4 one posted at the beginning of this thread. I have searched but can’t find one here or on line.

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The Fox



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Sorry for the delay here, PDF of what I use is attached.

Hope it's useful to someone else.

https://www.defender2.net/gallery/albums/u...hedule.pdf

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GEllis



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Great - very useful guide.

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Ianh



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Mr Fox... you are a star...many thanks. Thumbs Up

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macfrank



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The Fox wrote:
Sorry for the delay here, PDF of what I use is attached.

Hope it's useful to someone else.

https://www.defender2.net/gallery/albums/u...hedule.pdf


Very good. Would it be too much to ask for the "source" (Excel? Word?) so I could change some details for my own needs?

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Ianh



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macfrank , you can open a PDF in word and it will auto convert into word format.

To do :-
Download PDF file , Open Word , click on file, then open , then computer . Select directory in which downloaded file resides , a pop up box appears and in the pull down box above "file" and "cancel" buttons ( lower right hand side of pop up box) select PDF as file type. All pdf files now show. Click on the puma schedule pdf file you downloaded to highlight it and then click on the open button. It will now convert to word and you can edit and save.

That's what I just did Smile

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