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  1. 2001 P38 No out put from stereo brain fried

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi Guys i have been trying to work this out with out posting but its beating me at the moment. 2001 p38 4.6 Stereo no sound from cd changer or radio, i thought it would be dsp amp related and so we pulled it out and started checking lives and earths pin 5 live - ok pin 15 live - nothing Brown...
  2. Fuel pump fried

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    My 2006 Range Rover HSE would not start when I came out from a store. Cranked fine, but would not start. Had it towed to Land Rover. The diagnosis was a dead fuel pump. They replaced it with an aftermarket part from Atlantic British. It ran fine for a few weeks, then the same thing happened...
  3. Fried electronics...BeCM, need to get into neutral

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hey guys, have a 97 P38 and have come to this forum for instructions on small stuff before, but I'm pretty inexperienced when it comes to moderate to advanced mechanic work (I'm a builder, can't do it all :) ). Anyways, I put my Rover in the drink and soaked the BeCM and better part of the...
  4. Just to make sure the steering column ECU is really fried

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Good morning! I'm having a key-won't-turn problem with my 03' Range. I've read through multiple threads on our forum since the problem developed yesterday, and now, sadly, I'm posting this thread in order to confirm that my RR has really set me up. Long story short, The steering column lock...
  5. Low compression? fried rings? Bad HG?

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    hey guys so I finally got my 03 range rover cranking. so I was given this truck as a gift and the engine is a no start condition the guy I got it from sad it needs a new engine. he didn't say what was wrong but he didn't know much at all of what was wrong with it. so I did my first steps and put...
  6. Think I've fried my BECM

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Went to my P38 today that's been sitting for around a month and the battery was completely flat. I connected another battery to it using a set of jump leads and it was fine. I moved it, switched it off and all was good. About an hour later I needed to move it again so connected the jump leads...
  7. Fried electronics?

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    So while checking out a inlet coolant leak (The pipe behind the alternator was loose) I stuck a socket in there to tighten it and bam! A big ole ark appears... That was the moment that I realized that I forgot to unhook the battery :doh: So being hopeful I put everything back together and when...
  8. Fried BECM

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi All.. I have an interesting problem that I think might be the BECM, for anyone familiar with these fickle yet very simple computers. Right now I have a 97 P38 4.6 with approx 145k on the odo. I was able to get it running and it drives just fine but, the instrument pack does not work...
  9. 1996 P38 turbo woes.

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi all. I have a sick 1996 P38 here... Was working fine, but possibly due to extreme cold "Something bad" happened. Black smoke of doom, power loss, the works. Have had a mechanic take a look and the turbocharger is a TD0411G4. It has wrecked vanes apparently so it is not repairable. However...