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Land Rovers => Australian "Perentie " 110 & 6x6 Vehicles => Topic started by: STDDIVER on February 25, 2020, 06:21:56 PM

Title: ACTUATOR - CENTRE DIFFLOCK for 110 Perentie WANTED
Post by: STDDIVER on February 25, 2020, 06:21:56 PM
Dear all - urgently seeking a new or second hand actuator for the centre diff lock for my FFR.   Any part, help or advice in the right direction greatly appreciated.    (It always happens just before Corowa too!)  :o

STDDIVER
Title: Re: ACTUATOR - CENTRE DIFFLOCK for 110 Perentie WANTED
Post by: BEARMAN on February 26, 2020, 08:47:55 AM
Which bit are you after, the actuator switch on the dash or the vacuum actuator on the transfer case.
Title: Re: ACTUATOR - CENTRE DIFFLOCK for 110 Perentie WANTED
Post by: STDDIVER on February 26, 2020, 12:23:43 PM
Brian, I am chasing the vacuum actuator on the transfer case.  They say NLA !
Title: Re: ACTUATOR - CENTRE DIFFLOCK for 110 Perentie WANTED
Post by: yerriyong on February 26, 2020, 02:09:17 PM
If you are in a pinch, I pulled the actuator apart and repaired the diaphragm and it is still working today (6 yrs).
Title: Re: ACTUATOR - CENTRE DIFFLOCK for 110 Perentie WANTED
Post by: STDDIVER on February 26, 2020, 07:38:00 PM
Brian - that is exactly what I will have to do I feel - Question is what level of difficulty, I was of the view it wqs a sealed unit? ... ... ... however if there is a technique or a few points to follow I am game to repair it.  (No other choice)

I really appreciate the response and guidance - Thank you very much

Frank 
Title: Re: ACTUATOR - CENTRE DIFFLOCK for 110 Perentie WANTED
Post by: yerriyong on February 26, 2020, 08:19:24 PM
It is not difficult, a little lateral thinking, it is in 2 halves, with 1 half having a pressed lip seal. Work around the diaphragm housing prizing the lip out 90 degree. The diaphragm I repaired with the one sikaflex that adheres to rubber, (sorry cant remember number) , or similar.
Title: Re: ACTUATOR - CENTRE DIFFLOCK for 110 Perentie WANTED
Post by: BEARMAN on February 26, 2020, 08:21:26 PM
Brian - that is exactly what I will have to do I feel - Question is what level of difficulty, I was of the view it wqs a sealed unit? ... ... ... however if there is a technique or a few points to follow I am game to repair it.  (No other choice)

I really appreciate the response and guidance - Thank you very much

Frank

There is a mob in Qld who will repair yours for about $150 I will attach the link
https://www.advancediaphragmoptions.com/