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  1. fuse F4 and F6 blows - new aftermarket coils burn up

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    I have a 2006 Range Rover Sport Supercharged with 80k miles. It has a newer battery and alternator. Wife was driving it when it quit on her. I took it for diagnosis at a shop that specializes in land rover and was told that bad coil(s) caused the fuses (F4 and/or F6) to blow and create a no...
  2. Burn marks on interior of Range Roger Sport

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    I have had some work done on my Range Rover Sport. After the work was done, I notice burn marks on the interior. The area about the instrument cluster, above the speedometer is burned, as if touched by a soldering iron. Also, there is a burn mark from a glancing blow on the cloth sun visor on...
  3. Lean Burn?

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi all I have recently purchase a Range Rover Vogue 2004 everything working but engine management light keeps coming on showing codes P0174, P0171 & P056 which I believe state lean burning, the vehicle is on LPG. Can anyone advise as to the best way to cure these codes as they normally come on...
  4. Burn mark inside headlight

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    So... Was doing some detailing in prep for the big spring cleaning and noticed my headlights have a burn mark inside. The right is worse than the left but similar. It even has the electrical sooty mark above it. I am attaching a pic. It's a tough one to take but you can def see it. It's on...
  5. What format to burn DVDs?

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hi, can u guys help me out with the acceptable format of DVD to run on the rear entertainment system of my 06 RRS supercharged. I have tried several formats and dvd burning softwares but in vain. The movie i burnt using PC works fine but what should i do if i need to burn youtube videos (songs)...
  6. Don't burn me at the stake... I'm going to coils

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I know I know... as I type this I'm still shaking my head in amazement that I decided to castrate my Range. I've owned RR's for about 7 years now and in a million years I never would have imagined me going to coils. In fact, I typically profess the opposite, replying to similar threads the...
  7. 2000 4.6 Consuming Too Much Oil (no leakage & No burn & no overheating)

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    2000 4.6 Consuming Too Much Oil (no leakage & No burn & no overheating) I have a 2000 P38 4.6 with 150k miles on it, and it consumes 1lt of engine oil per 1250 miles. I know this machine can consume oil but this is more than I expected. I left the car on a flat surface and checked under it but...
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