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  1. Limp mode dangerous occurance.

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Something very dangerous happened yesterday. I had just driven about 100miles about 70mph. I pulled off the motorway and slowed to about 50mph and suddenly the car lost power, and the car seemed to go into a limp home mode. An engine failure alarm was showing on the dashboard. My wife said...
  2. Potentially dangerous? electrics

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Had the two P38s for around ten years or so. but the L322 only since mid last year, thought I'd treat myself to the v8 as I wasn't expecting to be walking for long, however after the spinal operation and learning to walk again (after a fashion) and other things to catch up on, I hadn't noticed...
  3. tire sidewall damage... is this dangerous to drive with?? (pic inside)

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    tire sidewall damage... is this dangerous to drive with?? (pic inside) Took out a decent chunk of my tire sidewall hitting a curb. Do you recommend replacing this tire or am I OK with it? Looks to be just rubber missing, not any of the metal was affected. Tire holds air. They are Nitto...
  4. Are Range Rovers dangerous on Motorways??

    General Chatter
    Seeing as how the singer George Michael fell out of the passenger door in a Range Rover doing (allegedly) 70mph on the M25 yesterday, do Range Rovers have a tendency to open their doors at speed and eject ex Wham singers onto the carriageway!! Scrape me up before you Go Slow
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