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  1. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I’ve got a stubborn overheating issue. It’s more prevalent at idle but still runs a bit warm when driving as well. I have a new radiator in the vehicle and the viscous fan seems to be strong. I tested it with a high pressure water stream against it and it stayed rotating. The overheating happens...
  2. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Received a quote for $978. to replace the condensor. I found the part 2 miles away at roverland for $98. The shop was going to charge me $461 for the condensor and the rest is labor. I have a good mechanical mindset and after looking at the shop manual, I feel I can do it. Just worried about the...
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Good Evening/Afternoon/Morning! Troubleshooting my A/C for the last couple of days - here is what I can confirm. 1. the clutch will engage if you give it 12v direct 2. the voltage at the connector to the electrics on the vehicle is reading ONLY 4.8 volts - which is not enough to engage the...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have a late diesel (2.5hdse) from year 2000. (the model year is 2000). This car has a small airco condensor . (about 2/3 the size of a normal p38 condensor. part number JRB000030 or JRB000040) Can anybody help me with the right partnumbers for the O-rings. The condensor have 2 O-rings. a...
  5. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Anybody had this happen to their RRS ever? No A/C, and shop advises that the condensor coil has a leak, and appears to be puntured, perhaps from road debris bouncing up and making contact with it. Not going to be a cheap repair. Hard to believe that LR would design a vehicle with a delicate...
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