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  1. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    2003 L322 TDV6 Vogue: 150k miles. For as long as I can remember the air suspension has been very slow moving between ride height positions but now its basically inoperable. After failing to detect any audible leaks (vehicle maintains height at rest and during operation), I went to the...
  2. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I've temporarily put individual air supply valves on each of the four corners of my P38. What PSI does the EAS run at on the different ride heights please? Cheers, Mike.
  3. Range Rover Classic
    Hello! I know the Oil light issue has been addressed (very helpful), I wanted to throw out my situation to you all, before taking her out on her maiden voyage! My oil light is on and I have: 1) changed the oil sensor 2) noticed it has a Fram PH 16 oil filter 3) checked the...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Todays job: fit psi power box and performance intercooler. she is now a totally different motor to drive. with just the psi box fitted about 2000rpm she just takes off with the intercooler fitted its moved the sweet spot to about 2250rpm. will keep the intercooler as i do a fair bit of towing. i...
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hello, forum I just got these new tires. They're BFGoodrich All-Terrain T/A KO2's in 275/65 R18. What PSI should I run them at? What PSI do you guys run them at? It is mainly street use right now to give context. Here is a picture of her. Best, Ashtray
  6. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I had an oil pressure warning come on for a minute last night. Not taking any chances I went ahead and hooked up a manual gauge and got the following values: At idle (500 to 700 rpm) 10psi At 1000 RPM 20psi At 2000 RPM 50psi Are these acceptable or are they too high/low?
  7. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I could not find this data in Rave? Can someone tell me on the 2004 L322 how many PSI you should see AFTER time goes by? There must be some leak down specification so I can tell if I have a leaking injector??? I have had hard starts in the past and also experiencing heavy fuel odor, however...
  8. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have been given a Powerlink PSI Motorsport Powerbox The codes on the box are CR CRTD6 F S/N 18372 They are unsure if it came off their P38 2.5 diesel or their L322 Does anyone know if it will fit my 2000 2.5 P38?
  9. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hello all, We have noticed our 09 RRS SC has not kept us very cool this summer. I got a bottle of refrigerant to give it a quick charge to see if that would help. Here is what I found. When I originally hooked up the gauge (Car was running and AC was on high) the psi reading was about 20psi...
  10. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have bought some valves so i can pump up each air bag to make sure there is no leaks (it seemed to be dropping over night) i have just rebuilt compressor just need to know what psi i can pump into system seen a lot of threads about this but cant find actual psi car starts lifting at about...
  11. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi Guy's.. My P38 has a PSI chip on the inner wing but isn't plugged in.. On another forum, I have seen that it plugs into the loom at the back of the fuel injection pump but I'm unable to find where it plugs in (2 round plugs on the chip).. Can someone please help me as it's doing my head...
  12. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi, Did my injector job but discovered that i had not enough pressure on the fuel rail : 23 psi (1,6 bars) instead of 45 psi. I don't have the value before the injectors job but i'm sure there's no leak now. Replaced the fuel regulator while i had the fuel rail out. Fuel pump has been...
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