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  1. RRC Camper Conversion ... Overheating Continues

    Range Rover Classic
    I'm back with new overheating diagnosis help very much needed! Camper pics: instagram.com/roverlife Recently put a few thousand difficult miles on the camper from San Diego, through the Rockies to the PNW. Before the trip I would have regular overheating problems when pushing the camper up long...
  2. LPG single point fault- the saga continues...

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    95 4.6 HSE with OMVL R90 Millenium closed loop system. The car has sensed that it's annual MOT inspection is coming on Friday and has thrown me a few random last minute faults to deal with. Have sorted the sudden appearance of ABS Fault/ Traction Failure (wheel sensor air gap) but the LPG system...
  3. Numerous dash issues

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hello, I have a 1996 Range Rover P38 HSE 4.6 with 135,000..had it for about 3 weeks..The problem is that recently started is when i am driving it the fuel light comes on and needle starts going up and down ( fuel is full), temp gauge light, lights up, brake light comes on and the tach needle...
  4. 1990 Hotwire continues fuel pump run!

    Range Rover Classic
    Hello,1990 RRC (Lucas 14CUX) brought to our workshop ,when you turn ignition ON ,fuel pump runs continuously!(not doing that 3 sec common energizing!)the engine performs poor in demanding loads. i reckon the pressure does not build-up in rail! any similar experience?RegardsMassoud
  5. The saga continues... My EAS has stumped me again.

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hey everyone, Let me provide you with a brief history of my EAS: Hard Fault, 400 mile drive Clear faults replace valve block O rings Still slow leakdown overnight Hard fault, another 400 mile drive (realizing I'm an idiot for waiting) replace rear air springs, car does not pump up replace...
  6. And so the adventure continues

    New Member Introductions
    Hello! Yesterday, my family acquired the dubious honor of taking ownership of a 15 year old P38 Range Rover. Callaway #207 of 220. While I haven't searched yet, I will be surprised if this vehicle hasn't been the subject of posts here, either by previous owners or potential buyers. FWIW, this...
  7. EAS The Battle Continues

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    2001 DHSE Compressor Keeps Running Problem!!! So today is a sunny day.....so had another attack on the EAS!! Slow to raise in morning......But not today strangley!!!! The pump test is good.....she is putting out hard strong air. The tank seems to fill quickly with door open. I have...
  8. vibration ...continues (any suggestion needed)

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi I have changed everything regarding oils (gearbox, diffs, trasfer etc), left knuckle and hub bearing... even that some vibration (ans uhhh) sound still exists its only hearable when I accelerate slowly i last few second... in addition I check also with Low range and mud mode , then sound and...
  9. 2005 Range Rover - Alarm Continues to Go Off

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi Everyone, Apparently my alarm continues to go off dozens of times per day while it is parked in the parking lot at my school? I have read there is a faulty hood sensor on the 05' LR3 but am not certain if that goes for the RR as well? I appreciate any insight... Thanks, CM Sent from...