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  1. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    The goal this year is to get the P38 off pavement at least a few times... be it at a beginner course or simple fire road trails... I am somewhat new to 4x4 vehicles and am curious about the viscous coupling system on the P38's transfer case. Once traction is “lost” how much time for the gel...
  2. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    2003 Range Rover (Full Size) HSE I wanted t know if you can spin the rear wheel if you jack up the complete side of the Range Rover. I want to adjust the parking brake and rotate tires. So one rear wheel will be on ground and the other jacked up.
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I just rebuild the entire engine, new radiator, new tires and alignment, wash and wax! But she's getting a small shake between 55 and 60 miles/hr. I don't believe is the death wobble! Any idea guys and gals? Here she is! Oh I need the other set of light guards in the back (you'll see) anyone...
  4. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Should the A/C compressor clutch spin freely when installed and serviced on my rover? I think I have pin pointed the issue with the noise from my a/c compressor. It has a growl/whine noise in the cabin area ONLY when the a/c was turned on. I have checked all lines and ducting in the system...
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I will start by confirming that yes, i searched, but i could not fin an answer, so here goes the entire question We bought a 2002 hse in feb. When i bought it it only ha one key, no fobs... i did not think this would be an issue... WRONG.... so for months now we have been using just the key...
  6. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    In testing my Viscous Coupler pursuant to this thread: http://www.rangerovers.net/forum/7-range-rover-mark-ii-p38/45316-bypassing-viscous-coupler-bw-transfer-case.html Hypothesis: If the VC was shot, one wheel when off the ground would spin freely WITH the prop shaft. I followed these steps...
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