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  1. Range Rover Mark IV / L405
    It’s new to me purchased a week ago and the check engine light popped up a couple days ago. It has 82,000 miles The code is P115D - Mass Air Flow Circuit Offset. I couldn’t find any Land Rover information anywhere regarding it... I did find a 115 page Jaguar engine PDF that wasn’t any help...
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  3. Vibe Motorsports
    Forgiato Flow is intended for those who desire Forgiato’s design language and unsurpassed quality, yet require a more cost-effective entry point into the brand. Forgiato utilizes the latest technology in casting to deliver a one-piece wheel that is equal parts strong, light and attractive...
  4. Vibe Motorsports
    AGL Vanquish Custom bolt patterns, offsets, and finishes. Available in 20x9", 20x10.5", 22x9", 22x10", 22x10.5", 22x11", 24x9.5", and 24x10" sizing.
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi Guys, New to posting on RR.net (avid reader for many years). I have a '97 RR HSE 4.6 that I fitted a K&N breather to from a part I had laying around. The fitment was perfect and added a couple years ago, however, this is a 4x4 I had only driving on the property as a heavy duty wheelbarrow...
  6. Vibe Motorsports
    Hello members, We are glad to share an up to date MRR Wheels Flow Form Series wheels. We would like to also mention we do offer Wheel & Tire Packages with all leading tire brands such as: Nitto, Michelin, TOYO, Hankook, Mickey Thompson, Pirelli, etc... All Wheel & Tire order's are mounted and...
  7. Vibe Motorsports
    Hello members, We are glad to share an up to date MRR Wheels Flow Form Series wheels. We would like to also mention we do offer Wheel & Tire Packages with all leading tire brands such as: Nitto, Michelin, TOYO, Hankook, Mickey Thompson, Pirelli, etc... All Wheel & Tire order's are mounted and...
  8. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Since I think I've got a head gasket leak and the water is going out the pipe I'm going for the Crack Block liquid fix. The factory says to remove the thermostat, which I can't due to the 38 engine design so I was looking at the Rave manual and see that the thermostat when cold stops the water...
  9. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi . Just wondered if anyone can help with a little issue I have with my RR . I have had a diagnostic done on the car and it states mass airflow meter issue . Lean bank 1 and lean bank 2 . So I tested the sensor by taking it out whilst the engine was running and the car cut out. Which I was...
  10. Range Rover Classic
    Hi has anyone seen a proper wiring diagram for a 1995 RRC? I'm converting my 1988 rrc to the later soft dash pod (hopefully) and I'm in need of a diagram that shows the wiring on one page not 30!! A proper schematic is what I'm after, not that pain in the butt flow chart affair that is difficult...
  11. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I'm trying to finish a head gasket job on my 2004 4.4 but I'm not getting oil to the left bank. The lifters are loud so I pulled the valve cover and can see there is no oil flowing just getting flung by the chain so I've been searching for a oil flow chart before just tearing stuff apart blind...
  12. Range Rover Sport / L320
    I tried sending this earlier but I am not sure it went through. I need information about how to remove the wiring harness from the air flow sensor on a 2008 Range Rover Sport. My check engine light came on and the problem is with the air flow sensor. I bought the proper spray cleaner but the...
  13. Range Rover Classic
    On my classic, the recommended AFM reading at idle is 1.4V. Except there are 2 voltages. One is Pin 22 "AFM Idle trim", Blue with Red, the other is pin 35 "AFM Input", Blue with Green. One moved easily, and was at about 3.5V to start, and I adjusted it to 1.4 (this is the back wire). When I...
  14. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hello, I need help I have this range rover 1996 4.0se p38. Having problems with A/C everything seems that is working fine, the Book symbol is not ON, there is little flow out the vents, I have checked everything, fuses, relays, all are OK. One of the inner fans is NOT working, but the Book...
  15. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hey all, the title says it all.... I sold a friend one of my rovers and a week later it started to throw MAF fault codes, so I lent/gave him mine. This fixed his issue, except now mine is without a MAF :(. I've looked all over the place and have mixed feelings about the aftermarket ones and do...
  16. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    The air flow through the vents is flowing at a low volume. The blowers sound like they are blowing strong but not much flow is coming out. Have removed the Servo's on the blend motors (three) and opened the flaps. There must be another issue somewhere that is reducing my air flow. The manual...
  17. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Has anyone experienced what I can only assume is the fluid pressure driving the ABS pump in reverse? I'm not sure what is supposed to prevent it from happening during normal operation, but once the accumulator is charged, it sometimes sits there quietly, doing nothing, and will take over 5...
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