We’ve just received news from Britpart about their latest products which include, Electronic Air Suspension Control (EAS) and an Integrated Interface Diagnostics Tool (IID) for Range Rover Sport, Discovery 3, LR4 and Range Rover L322 as well as other parts, spares and accessories for other Land Rover and Range Rover models including Series and RRC.
Both of the items mentioned above can be operated by plugging them into you vehicle, and some versions have a Bluetooth option. The IID Tool helps to read and clear faults on functions such as ABS, airbags, audio, BCM, engine, Hevan, instrument pack, LCM, nav, steering angle, TPMS, transfer case and transmission. The EAS control allows the user to read and clear faults as well as adjusting the front, rear or both air suspension units. Click on the image below to open the image in a new browser page, for a closer look at the information and part numbers listed.
We strive to put as many of our products on our website as possible, but if you can’t find the part you’re looking for at www.brookwell.co.uk, we’re available via email at email@example.com or over the phone at 01626 833848 where we’ll be happy to help with any questions.
IID Tool, EAS Control for Land Rover Disco 3/LR3, Disco 4/LR4, Range Rover Sport, Range Rover L322
The above items are locked to one VIN as standard, however further unlocks are available is required. Clicking on the image will open it in a new browser window if you’d like to see it more clearly.
We also have a huge range of complete Land Rover brake pipe sets from Britpart. If you click on the image below you can see Series 2 SWB, Series 2A SWB and LWB, Series III, Defender 90, 110, Disco 1 (200tdi and 300tdi) or Range Rover Classic, starting at £48.52. Simply type in the part number shown next to the item that fits your Landy into our search box to be taken to its page, or send us an email or drop us a call.
Land Rover Brake Sets from Britpart for Series 2 SWB, Series 2A SWB and LWB, Series 3, Defender 90, 110, Disco 1 (200tdi and 300tdi) or Range Rover Classic
There is also a Defender roof console which is suitable for all models, except those with a sunroof. Along with many extras, it offers a unique storage solution above the driver and passenger’s seats. The console is supplied in three separate pieces. Britpart say, “The product has been designed with CAD software and the moulding finished off using CNC machinery to ensure an OE level fit and finish to the product. It is supplied with a DIN blanking panel but the central binnacle will fit any DIN sized accessory such as a stereo, CB/HAM radio or even a digital tachograph.”
There is also a tuning box for Defenders with a 2.2Tdci engine which adds 27bhp (20kw) and increases torque by 71Nm. It is contained in waterproof housing so can be safely located in the engine compartment. And there is finally a chance to buy the obsolete and rare Saudi spec grill for the Discovery 1. Hurry whilst stocks last!
Again, simply type in the part number in our search box, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call on 01626 833848. Please be aware that all prices shown are web prices for internet orders.
Land Rover Defender Roof Console, Defender Tuning Box and Discovery 1/Disco 1 Saudi Grill
There is a new winch remote control upgrade kit along with Defender, Disco 3 / LR3 and Range Rover Sport bearing sets, a Freelander 2 tow bracket with quick release tow bar along with a Discovery 3/RRS TdV6 performance intercooler. Simply type in the part number shown next to the item you require in our search box to be taken to its page.
There is also a new easy change filter conversion kit for all vehicles using the ZF 6HP26 automatic transmission. This includes Discovery 3, Discovery 4, Range Rover Sport and Range Rover L322 models. Britpart explain, “From the factory a fluid and filter change on this transmission is a very lengthy process. The sump and filter are normally one piece and fitting involves jacking the engine up and unbolting the mounts, plus the removal of the exhaust.”
“The fitting of this kit is far easier,” They explain, “Once the fluid has been drained from the transmission simply remove the bolts from the old unit. Cut the old plastic sumps filter tube with a hacksaw. Slide the old sump out and remove the other end of the sawn off filter tube. The new separate filter can then be fitted and the new sump pan slides into place and is bolted up with the new gasket supplied. Once secure the transmission can be filled as per manufacturer’s instructions. The new sump pan also has the added benefit that it is manufactured in durable steel rather than the plastic of the original item.”
Finally, we have some new waterproof seat covers for the all new Range Rover, the Range Rover L322, Range Rover Sport and Defender in a range of colours.
All prices listed are excluding VAT and are a minimum price. Prices may vary on model and year.