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  1. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi friends, who knows the correct resistance for an evaporator temperature sensor? L322, 2004, US model i measured 2760 Ω at normal temperature (28ºC) and 8120Ω coming out of the freezer
  2. Range Rover Classic
    Hi folks, Have any of you ever experienced getting a lower than 5000 ohm resistance when checking the pins at the 14CUX ecu? Pins 3 and 25 are giving me a reading of 300 ohms,, as per RAVE, that's too low. What would cause this? On a side note, I had a serious rattle coming from the engine bay...
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    In trying to diagnose a misfire (much worse on gas) I measured the resistance across each pair of coils in turn, including the Magnecor leads. Pair 1/6, 5/8 and 4/7 all show about 50kΩ resistance, and pair 2/3 shows around 25kΩ resistance. I suspect the latter may not be quite up to scratch...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Does anyone have any experience with faking the resistance for the SAI pump.. Mine has been rusted solid since purchased and I would like to kill the fault messages. They are the only ones for now :lol:
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