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  1. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hey guys, I’m about to change these and it seems pretty straight forward but I have a question..... Do I need to totally jack up the rear as in tire off ground in order to remove them? I’m thinking that as long as there’s no tension on the link it will be loose enough to remove safely.
  2. New Member Introductions, No Questions Please
    I gave my other 4x4 (Grand Cherokee) to my daughter, so needed to be something to handle extreme conditions and snow where we live part time Adopted a new bear: '16 Range Rover Sport HSE, only 13k young. Nickname is Black Bear, or Black-tie Bear (it is so elegant and classy!) Drives like a ...
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Sorry this is a bit late as it turned wicked cold here in the MidWest. I had the pleasure of doing business with Scotty recently, http://www.becmdoctor.com http://www.socalusedroverparts.com My dealer wanted to search for BECM issues at $150 an hour. The local shop wanted to send the BECM...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    FYI,...everyone should check their cooling fans. Tonight while driving, mine flew apart and caused a good amount of damage. Under acceleration, I heard a loud "bang", and noticed a bulge in my hood. I thought it was a rod or something, because it hit the hood hard enough to create a bulge in...
  5. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi guys ~ Just wondering when do you have to replace your MAF sensor. On my e39 m5 , there is a way you can test if you have a bad MAF sensor using the trip menu. However on my RR trip menus are slightly different . I know there will be a error code once this sensor goes bad , but I dont...
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