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  1. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hello! I had been working to fix problems with my 1996 p38 4.0SE; some questions below I couldn't figure out; hope someone here will have inputs: lock and rf receiver: My becm was unlocked by Scotty. Nevertheless, the fob (bought from dealer; and is the only one I have) has never been working...
  2. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Rover shuddered and ran rough just as I had stopped to back into the driveway and the "Service Engine Soon" light came on. Ran rough. Shut it off and it was difficult to start. Pulled the codes and only had "26 Multiplicative mixture adaptation, bank 1 control limit reach". It was a bit hard to...
  3. Range Rover Classic
    So I recently bought a 1988 range rover classic that's seen more than a few owners, as well as its fair share of wheeling. the only thing that's really got me scratching my head is its miss fire, i thing it could be related to the engine running rich. I hooked it up to a 5 gas analyzer yesterday...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have been having a very hard time isolating what is causing a couple of faults. I read these faults off of my rovacom. P1000 = ADDITIVE ADAPTIVE MIXTURE CORRECTION TRA BANK 1 DRIVE CYCLE B, WHICH HAS OCCURED ONCE (SIGNAL TOO HIGH, THE FAULT IS CURRENTLY PRESENT, THIS FAULT CAUSES MIL LAMP...
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Anyone comfortable with the workings of Motronic engine management? I have a '99 P38 with Bosch engine, special export model without oxygen sensors. The fuel consumption is beyond reasonable: 1 liter in 3 km (7 miles/ gallon). It has all the signs of a very rich fuel mixture: black smoke, two...
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