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  1. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi. Will a replacement remote receiver with "PA6GF30" stamped on it be a suitable replacement for my U/S original one please? It is adorned with a blue sticker on it (unsure whether this is relevant or not). Hoping a knowledgeable "fellow-forumite" will be able to advise me on this. Many...
  2. Range Rover Mark IV / L405
    I recently purchased a 2016 full size RR.I feel like I searched every where for a tow hitch receiver assembly that I can install. I have found the one for the RR Sport at AB but have not had any luck finding one for the full size. Does anyone know if it exists? Or do I need to go to my...
  3. Range Rover Classic
    I am looking at swapping my large OEW tow bar set up for a smaller 2" receiver hitch, as i think they look much better, but still have the option to tow when needed. they are impossible to find in the UK so was wondering where i might find one in the US that i can get shipped - do any of you...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I know it sounds like a stupid question but I am not sure exactly what trim panel to remove in order to access the receiver module. I have read many posts and they all tell me its somewhere in the rear right quarter of the car but beyond that I can't find any info. Is it under the panel...
  5. Range Rover Sport II / L494
    Hi to all I have a 2015 Range Rover Sport (Diesel Hybrid) and I was wondering whether it would be possible to retrofit a TV Receiver to work using the car's factory menus. The car has DAB Radio if it makes any difference. I have found a TV module on Ebay but I am not sure if it is compatible...
  6. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    2011 RR Full size. Does anyone know the differences between the parts KNI500020 and KNI500014 ? I believe the exhaust design has been changed on the 2011 model but would I be able to fit the older hitch ? The 2011 specific part is like $900+ at the dealership and I'm wondering how it is...
  7. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    After commiserating with an even more antediluvian friend over the way everything gets heavier as you get older I got to wondering if anyone had come up with a P38 friendly version of the tow receiver hitch mount cranes frequently added to pick-up trucks in the USA. Being 64 as of Friday 13 th...
  8. Range Rover Classic
    I am very interested in a OEM front receiver option - please see the attached photo. Was this a factory option? If so, part number - does anyone have one? If not, I can always fabricate. Thank you in advance! Chris
  9. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    My 2011 full size supercharged did not come with a receiver hitch. I bought one, trying to install.how do i get the bumper support off? It looks like it has bolts 8bolts with no heads that are spot welded
  10. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Mosying around YouTube it appears that half the good'ole boys have a receiver hitch crane for the back of their truck. Having just blown my back for the second time this year (memo :- 63 is not the new 23), 6 weeks and counting on light duties has gotten seriously old, I wondered if anyone had...
  11. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    So I looked for months on definitive information that clearly stated which hitch receivers work with my 2011 RR. There seems to be a ton of conflicting information and not much else. The hitch receivers for the 2010-2012 (KNI000020) seem to be very difficult to come by and if you do find...
  12. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I've been searching for 2 days and no one has a trailer hitch receiver for 2006-2012 in stock. Part number is KNI500020. I see the 2005 receiver KNI000014 on ebay (much cheaper too) but can't find any details on fitting it on the 2006+ model. Any help would be appropriated.
  13. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I have AM radio but no FM. There are no schematics that I can find. Does anyone know the path between the FM antenna, through amps, to the receiver?
  14. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hello, I am the new owner of a RR. The vehicle did not come with the towing hitch, I found some online for about $450. Does anybody know where i can find this for cheaper?
  15. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hello! I bought a range rover with a broken hitch receiver. I have no idea how it broke off. I need to fix this somehow or find a good suggestion for getting a different hitch put on. I have a 6000lb. travel trailer that I need to be able to pull. I'm including a picture of the problem. Thanks!
  16. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hey everyone, I recently picked up a 2010 RRS SC. I wanted to tow with it and purchased the wiring harness, brake controller, and a used slide in /snap in hitch. I was able to do about 90% of the wiring harness myself based on info I found on here. (I got the wiring and the brake controller...
  17. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    badly worded I'm sure but some time ago I had issues with a previous car draining power and came to the conclusion that the mk1 receiver wasn't helping - someone here published a simpletons guide to using a flea bay remote relay to switch on the power to the receiver to then open then doors via...
  18. Range Rover Sport / L320
    I bought a used hitch receiver (old style), the firing pin seems to be seized. Has anyone done maintenance on there hitch receiver that can give me advice on fixing it? The pin is pushing in and won't release, which means I can't get it to latch on to the truck. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
  19. Range Rover Sport / L320
    I'm sure I'm beating a dead horse... I have an 06 RRS HSE with the kadron sound system. How difficult is it to upgrade to a new head unit in these? The one I had just is dated and I'd really like to add a touch screen.. Can I do this without losing functionality? Thanks.
  20. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    So, a few months back I purchased a brand new key from the closest dealership to me. It stopped working last week. I ended up getting the run around from my dealership, does anyone know how to tell if it's a faulty key or receiver? The key still unlocks the car and starts it, just not remotely.