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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 24-05-2008, 22:38 Thread Starter
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Cooling System Modification Rover 200/400

Does anyone know where to source the cooling system T connector (32mm i think) which is used in the cooling modification kit for K series engines currently supplied for Land Rover Freelanders. With some tweeking this kit can be used on most K series engines. I have all the parts for the modification apart form the T joint metal connector which I cannot seem to source. Does anyone know where one can be obtained? or even a suitable donor car? Thanks
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what car what year what engine is it going into?
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what car what year what engine is it going into?
It is a 1998 Rover 400 1.4 8valve.
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The T piece supplied with the LR kit is actually plastic not metal.

Have you tried a Land Rover dealer to see if it's available as a spare part?

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The T piece supplied with the LR kit is actually plastic not metal.

Have you tried a Land Rover dealer to see if it's available as a spare part?
Have now tried a Land Rover Dealer -have been away for a few days- and they do not supply this part separately unfortunately.
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