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  1. Looking for some diesel education

    Range Rover Mark IV / L405
    Sorry - I gave a bad URL reference. Use www.blackstone-labs.com if you would like to learn more about Blackstone's testing services.
  2. Looking for some diesel education

    Range Rover Mark IV / L405
    I do not have experience with Range Rover's diesel, but I have had them in other vehicles I have owned. Based on those experiences, if/when I replace my Range Rover Sport with another Ranger Rover, the next one will have a diesel engine in it. Range Rover's are heavy and require torque, lots...
  3. Used Range Rover Sport 14-15?

    Range Rover Mark IV / L405
    I'd make a couple of points that I think are relevant to this discussion and more broadly, the cost of ownership: My wife originally bought our RRS. At the time, I pleaded with her not to since I deal with all of the fallout that extends from "stuff that breaks", regardless of who owns it, or...
  4. 2006 RR Sport Suspension - HELP

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Correction to the above. The relay is located in the fuse panel box in the engine compartment adjacent to the battery. Follow this link...
  5. 2006 RR Sport Suspension - HELP

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Not positive, but I believe all of the relays are co-located with the fuses behind the lower glove box. This may help in your diagnosis. Does your fault light come on simultaneously when starting the vehicle, or does it come on after approximately a minute? If the latter, it is probably a...
  6. 2006 RR Sport Suspension - HELP

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    AB has two options for conversion to coils. One is firmer than the other and presumably is the better option if you are towing with your vehicle. I went with the standard or less-firm option and am very satisfied with the results. You may also see improvement in your high-speed control. The...
  7. 2006 RR Sport Suspension - HELP

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    The fault light indicates when the air suspension system cannot be charged. There are two common causes. Either the air pump/compressor is not working, or you have a leak somewhere in the system. Given the mileage on your vehicle, I'd look first at the air compressor. I have a 2008 RRS and...
  8. My Range Rover experiment is about to end

    Range Rover Sport II / L494
    I own a 2008 RRS with 190K miles and have had similar results. My wife drove it for the first 120K miles (she is not kind to machinery of any type) and I have since adopted it. I'll also admit that I tried to persuade her from purchasing the vehicle initially because I feared the potential...
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