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  1. Range Rover Classic
    Just a heads up, I stumbled on a solution for a low tach reading I was experiencing for about the last 200 miles. I had a failure of the distributor rotor - no spark getting from the distributor coil to the plugs. I replaced the EuroSpare rotor with a Lucas replacement and the car started...
  2. Range Rover Classic
    Randomly died and will not start. I have massive spark coming from the coil into the distributor cap but no spark past there. I've tried swapping the cap and rotor with genuine and after-market parts and still cannot get a spark. What am I missing here? Any help is appreciated
  3. Range Rover Classic
    My 1993 SWB has a heated windscreen, which is apparent from the filaments visible in the glass and the presence of the heated front screen (HFS) switch on the dash. When I depress the switch it illuminates, I hear the relay click under the driver's kick panel, and after one second the switch...
  4. Range Rover Classic
    Good Afternnon, I am in the process of getting my 1993 LWB in tip top shape. It has been setting idle for 6 months or more. The local Mechanic says I need a new fuel pump based on the fact that it runs shortly then cuts off as well as the fuel gauge does work (it hasn't since I've owned it 9...
  5. Range Rover Classic
    I have recently acquired a 1993 Range Rover and I'm having trouble getting it to idle. I've cleaned the IACV which resolved the issue of it not idling at all but it still idles very low when in gear and tries to stall. when it's in park or neutral it will idle and rev fine but it seems to bog...
  6. Range Rover Classic
    So yesterday I was so happy to recharge my R12 AC system - all was good - getting ice cold. Ran for over 30 minutes from 1200-1500 rpm, building a slow charge. when I got to the 2.38# charge, suddenly the fans went completely out and so did the power to turn the compressor. I also noticed...
  7. Range Rover Classic
    I have an interior rain leak where the the spare tire sits. Some of the body sealer has curled up from slight rust at the joint where the vertical meets the floor and its no question where its coming in. My question is how to do a proper repair. Im not a fan of sealing leaks from inside of...
  8. Range Rover Classic
    My 1993, has been setting up for 8 months, I have (due to no driver) to part with it as much as I hate to. I charged it up and drove it around town and thought I'll keep it but I parked it for another month. I was unable to get the battery to recharge so today I bought a new one @ 750 cranking...
  9. Range Rover Classic
    I just got through reading this thread... http://www.rangerovers.net/forum/8-range-rover-classic/275489-95-stumbles-after-35-minutes.html I have replaced, plugs, wires, and cap. I got a crappy rotor (riveted) so I put the old rotor back in. Before this I couldn't get the engine turn over. The...
  10. Range Rover Classic
    CD Changer & Speaker Upgrade for 1993 Range Rover Classic Hi, My 1993 Vogue SE is missing the CD Changer but it does have a 13 PIN round plug under the factory sub in the boot so I am hoping I can just plug and play the correct model straight in? Could someone with the same Clarion Tape...
  11. Range Rover Classic
    Hello all, I was once a lurker here when I owned a 1990 in Ardennes green. I sold it in 2008 and regretted the decision ever since (although I've been keeping myself busy with a 1998 Discovery 1 LSE since 2009). By a combination of luck and coincidence I recently made amends for my mistake and...
  12. Range Rover Classic
    Hi All, I recently purchased a 1993 County LWB sight unseen. I picked it up in Victoria BC and made the 1250 km journey home. The PO ensured me that it was a reliable highway unit along with some detailed photos and a little bit of history. So we agreed on a price, I thought was very reasonable...
  13. Range Rover Classic
    Hello folks: I am considering a 1993 Range Rover County with 187K miles great paint, California truck-no rust. all documentation. I place a hold on it waiting for opinions. I own an 04 and I am very happy with it but always like the classic ones. Any thoughts?? Price at around $6K, the headliner...
  14. Range Rover Classic
    So I'll update my build. I decided to use a GM V8 diesel over the Mercedes Diesel since the Mercedes would not run, no matter what I did to it. I scrapped it. Did some research and found out the GM diesel can be made to fit a RRC. There are a few guys out there who have already done this. So...
  15. Range Rover Classic
    Good morning - totally bummed today. Asking for some feedback from folks who might know: I have the following symptoms on this truck and wondering it it's likely that my HG is going: 1. the original/black coolant reservoir failed about two weeks ago - at the same time, I started to see thick...
  16. Range Rover Classic
    Hello - I have noticed that my PS is not assisting as well as it used to and trying to diagnose why this is happening. Right away, I see that the PS belt is definitely not tightened to spec and I was wondering if any of you folks might be able to give me a quick step by step to take up the...
  17. Range Rover Classic
    Last week I stripped down a donor Modulator, to see how they work essentially. Are there any rebuilt kits available?
  18. Range Rover Classic
    I was under my RRC adjusting the hand brake and noticed a hose that is not connected and I can't seem to find where it should go. It comes out of the cross member above the rear diff. (outlined in red) It has a black plastic cylinder (smaller then a Coke can) connected then an open pipe. Any...
  19. Range Rover Classic
    My 1993 Classic LWB had a new headliner done a few years ago, but I didn't bother with the headliner material that is attached to the underside of the sliding sun shade. Here is my R & R recipe for this operation. Note: I already removed the main headliner so I could inspect a wiring issue...
  20. Range Rover Classic
    I've recently had the following new parts fitted to my 1993 LWB, which is now on 180k - four Monroe shocks, Monroe steering damper, new front wheel bearings, new swivel seals and new front ARB links. Before this, it drove very well but was a bit crashy over bumps - the new shocks have improved...
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