Car reviews - Land Rover - Freelander - ES V6 5-dr wagon
Land Rover models
9 Aug 2001
THE Freelander V6 has an uprated ventilation and (standard) air-conditioning system, with an increased intake area for the plenum and a pollen filter fitted standard. A larger fan is employed, and the airflow available through the system has increased by at least 15 per cent in all settings. The floor level ducting to the rear compartment has also been improved. "Privacy" glass for the rear side and tailgate windows also serve to reduce solar heating of the cabin.
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Did you know?Under the Freelander bonnet in high ambient temperature markets lies an environmental box - or E box - which houses the electronic control units (ECUs) for the engine and (where appropriate) automatic transmission, and has its own air circulation fan with ducting to and from the passenger cabin. If the temperature in the E box reaches 35 degrees Celsius, the fan is activated to circulate cooler air from the cabin and prevent overheating of the ECUs
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