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  1. Range Rover Classic
    Hi Please could someone help, I've been trying to track down a servo repair kit, part code AEU1021, its no longer available at the places I've tried. Would anyone know anywhere that might stock the item or if there's any other part numbers I can use ? Thanks
  2. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    As you can see I'm a new guy with a 1997 4.6 HSE Vitesse (169,000 miles). I picked it up a few weeks ago and have a few hundred miles on it; it is a great vehicle! Although with a little bit of time I can see I need to fix a few things. As I am in Minnesota I will be tinkering on the heated...
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I know there's been a million threads on blend door servos and seat heaters, and while I'm certain my situation is nothing special, a few pointers before I jump into this would be great. 1st, blend door... mine is stuck in the up position. Which one do I need to replace? Which source has...
  4. Range Rover Classic
    Hi guys; My 1982 RRC brake servo has gone bad. The part number is AEU1715. Obviously it is not available anywhere and if available is insanely expensive. My question is: is it possible to replace AEU1715 with STC1286 along with its matching master cylinder STC1763?
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    First timer so please bare with me. I have just replaced the right blend servo in my 96 model but the book symbol still shows in the climate panel. The question is do I need another analysis to remove the fault after the install? I previously had a diaognosis which determined the right servo was...
  6. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    All, I know the HeVAC/blend motors/servos have been rehashed many times on this site. I have read many posts that have been quite helpful. I am currently of the opinion that my motors are not bad and the dampers/vanes are stuck or something. Following are details: 1. The books symbol is...
  7. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi, Before asking, i went on the main site and it says it's the upper one. See: But the Rave manual says it's the lower one. Who knows? Thanks Florent
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