After experiencing problems with users registering and GDPR we’ve decide to move our downloads over to Microsoft OneDrive. The main problem is that the contact and registration page has not been forwarding on the email addres of people that contact us. For that reason, we have not been able to reply. OUr most recent request was from Alan so apologies… Read more »
You may notice that all GLR addresses are now prefixed with https:// rather than the old http://. This means that any traffic between you and our servers are now protected by 256 bit encryption. Therefore your login details will not be able to be viewed by anyone (except maybe the CIA, NSA or GCHQ!)
For sometime now one of the key fobs for the Freelander 2 has had problems opening and closing the vehicle. It was fairly hit and mis and the fob would only work within about 3m of the vehicle. Did some searching around the net and found several articles on replacing the battery: – LR2 Key Fob Battery Replacement Instructions on… Read more »
Some time ago I bought an ashtray (LR005248) to fit in the GLR Freelander 2. This was just to hold odds and ends. However it’s been taking up one of the cup holder locations which causes a problem for GLR staff when visiting their favourite drive through. I’ve seen the ash tray/oddments holder that fits in the rear of the… Read more »
Another year another MOT… As usual Terry from Ultimate 4×4 (previously Ultimate Land Rover) collected the GLR Freelander and returned it with a shiny new MOT certificate. No advisories!
As the GLR Freelander has its MOT tomorrow, I decided to get some new tyres as the current ones were getting close to the legal limit. I’ve always bought Michelin tyres as although they are more expensive than other tyres, I find they tend to last longer. This last set has lasted just under 35,000 miles according to my records…. Read more »
I’ve wanted a power socket in the boot since I’ve owned my current Freelander. I’ve had one in all the previous Freelanders I’ve owned. I generally use them for powering my coolbox but have used it for powering a small compressor for pumping up tyres. Not long after I bought the current Freelander, I had to take it in for… Read more »
Due to technical issues with the current GLR theme we have decided to change the look/feel of the site. This is the 2nd change since the site started almost 6 1/2 years ago!
Whilst browsing through the Freelander 2 forum a few weeks ago, I came across this post detailing how to fit front bumper shields to the Freelander 2 front valance.
The Tefal men at GLR have taken advantage of the new .uk domains. This means we have a shiny URL of www.greenlandrover.uk. This will save you typing 4 extra characters now. Just think of what you could do with all that time! The old URL of www.greenlandover.org.uk will re-direct to here so don’t worry if you forget.