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  1. Tire Pressures (revisited)

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    2008 RRS HSE I’m hopeful someone can shed some light on this. i’m running the stock 19” wheels with Pirelli Scorpion Verde tires. the owners manual and door jam sticker only state one set of max loading tire pressures. 38 psi Front/ 42 psi Rear. driving on any rough road or less than smooth...
  2. EAS Revisited

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hello All, I am still facing an issue with an intermittent hard fault on my Rangie. I posted a while back regarding the issue and have looked at all of the suggestions and checked accordingly. The car will go for weeks around town with no problems at all. It seems that it has a hatred for dual...
  3. 18" Wheels (re-visited)

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Forgive the repetition of this post Subject: 18" wheels for a 2011 range rover sport - base model I have done my research across this forum and it appears to be feasible Talked to dealer and they said NO .. it will never fit (of course they also said the 2011 RRS Lux as per catalog, can...
  4. Random Tailight Failures Revisited

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Back around the middle of last year I posted asking for assitance with random failures of the left rear tailight when driving which self-fixed on restarting. Got a few "me too" replies but general consensus was wait until a permanent fault occurred giving something to look for. In the...
  5. RRC MARS Revisited

    Range Rover Classic
    Nothing like a fully operational EAS system to make you wonder what it's like when the system goes down! So, I took a lot of notes of what others did and installed a manual fill system on my 1995 LWB. A "Y" fitting was installed at each air bag, with a separate line run to the engine bay...
  6. Select Neutral revisited.

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Help please! My P38 gives 'select neutral' when I start it. It was intermittent and gradually got worse. at the same time the indicators stop 'clinking'. I haven't used Low for over a year, so it's not that i've been clunking it around from High to Low. It's been to four different places now...
  7. heater o rings revisited

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hello I have been several times engaged in replacing the o- rings between the heating pipes and the heater matrix. 1 I lost coolant and it went into the interior which began to smell sweet. Some time ago. I had a good look at the youtube videos and i replaced the o-rings. 2 Again leaks...
  8. low coolant message revisited

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Just got the message this cool morning in NJ. I already had the water pump replaced under warranty a few years ago. If it's just coolant I need, how do I check the color of the coolant I have now? Is the tank easily seen from just opening up the hood? Better question might be, what color is...
  9. P1170 Revisited

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Well, replaced the front Rt O2 sensor, but the P1170 keeps returning. Searched this forum and learned of a cracked catalytic converter causing the code. Got under the old girl this afternoon, and sure enough, there is a crack right along the seam of the front right converter. I can drop it...
  10. Arnott longevity revisited

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Our Range got new Arnott Gen 3's rears and later fronts) thru Rover Renovations at the end of 06-see signature below. While looking for a squeal from my recently redone rear brakes and axle seal (still draining gear oil) I noticed little cracks all around the roll of the air spring (std height)...
  11. HEVAC Book Symbol (Revisited for the Nth time) and Flap motor swap HOWTO

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    HEVAC Book Symbol (Revisited for the Nth time) and Flap motor swap HOWTO So I've had the dreaded book symbol for a while along with ambient air only on the passenger side (LH Drive vehicle) and low airflow generally.The wife stated in not so many terms that even just a short trail ride was out...
  12. LED Driving lights revisited:

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    I have had my kit for a while now- which is the factory Range Rover LED driving lights- but haven't had time to install them. After reading the other thread- its apparent many of the hookup instructions aren't needed. In other words, hooking the wires to the gear shift/drive wiring (so that the...
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