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  1. New Owner / RL7 Relay

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I've spent some time before posting, done my homework first, looking through other conversations about the fuse box and what appears to be a typical overheating problem at the RL7 relay. I'm seeing a couple of different responses, so I want to make sure I have the latest advice before tinkering...
  2. New Fuse Box and External Relocation of RL7 Relay

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I replaced my fuse box about 500 miles ago with new; in addition I relocated my RL7 relay externally. The basic theory I'm working under is the RL7 relay was under designed for the load it carries and over heats easily doing damage to the fuse box beneath it. I was having problems with my fans...
  3. The infamous RL7 - I think my fuse box is bad

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    So we finally dropped the rebuilt engine back in and I get an awesome gearbox fault and other odd stuff going on. We checked the fuse box, swapped some burnt looking relays and the whole fusebox staterted falling apart. Most of the plastic crumbled while trying to pull the board out. I thought...
  4. Yellow relay, alternate source

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I've been delving into some HVAC issues lately, after a phone conversation with Scotty (buy something from him) I bought a new fuse box; after reading I ordered a new fusebox. New fusebox needs new yellow relay(s), replacing all/most of them that we have seemed cost prohibitive, so after...
  5. Burned fuseboxes and RL7 relays

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    OK. I now am on my 4th fusebox in 12 years of ownership of my p38. I placed all three burned fuseboxes side by side, and all three are burned at the RL7 relay (LH Blower Motor). Even the carbonized burn marks are identical in shapes. My local Land Rover Stealer (who are actually pretty good...
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