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  1. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hello, I’m looking for someone with experience working on our rigs, willing to do some work for me at my home in Alameda (East Bay). My 2010 SC L322 has an oil leak, needs oil change and “Service Required” system reset. I also need help diagnosing an occasional “clunking” sound that comes from...
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    Post: Chip Express Tuning Specialists module User: ScottTX Infraction: tech forum for selling Points: 1 Administrative Note: Message to User: Original Post:
  3. Range Rover Mark IV / L405
    All...I have a 2019 Byron Blue ATB L405.2 on the way. I was thinking it would look good to paint the lower side rockers as well as the lower front and rear fascias the matching Byron Blue VS the 'blackish' on the truck from the factory. The RR Sports look so good with the lower rockers...
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  5. New Member Introductions, No Questions Please
    Hi all, New member here. Own the above and absolutely love the car after nearly a year now. Joined to try and learn a bit more about the car and hopefully contribute along the way as well.
  6. Range Rover Mark IV / L405
    I know this is sacrilegious heresy to some but personally I believe it’s perfectly OK for a vehicle with 510bhp 5.0 S/C engine capable of 0-60 in 5 seconds not to sound like a battery operated hairdryer or a very tired mosquito. As quiet as a Queens fart, as they might say in England. Rovers...
  7. Range Rover Classic
    I have become the babysitter of a RR Classic, a 95 LSE no less. Ex-chauffeur car which I look after for a good friend of mine who lives abroad. I use it for trips to the country and my kids squeal whenever I say 'Let's fire up the Range!'. So by default (and by no fault of my own) I'm stuck...
  8. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Any chance a JLR tech could pop in real quick? RE: changing CCF settings in SDD. I have completed my 2006--->2010 upgrade, but one of the caveats is the loss of the AFS capabilities. I know that the AFS is byte 156 of the CCF, but as of yet I have been unable to change it in service...
  9. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Since my suspension won't lower reliably in temps below about 20 degrees I'm going to see if TSB LTB00269 will fix her. Dave had suggested in another thread that my dryer desiccant might be decaying and clogging my valve. Part of the TSB mentions updating the EAS control software. Anyone...
  10. New Member Introductions, No Questions Please
    I am a transmission tech if you have Questions Im here to help
  11. Range Rover Sport / L320
    So a warning came on the display yesterday... Smart key low battery.. So I replace with the exact same battery #... Warning still comes up!!! What gives? Thanks
  12. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have recently converted to coils (hold the banter, I love EAS but not practical for my offroading rig). I put on a used Arnott kit with my OEM shocks. Overall, the ride is quite pleasant but not as good as EAS. I am planning a 2+ inch lift over offroad height, what some call a 4 inch lift...
  13. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hello everyone, Early last year (2012) I bought a 1997 Gems 4.6 P38 with serious front end damage in hopes of fixing her up. Engine and transmission were in good shape though, 150k km on the clock. I was looking for spare parts all over the place before the body shopped started hacking...
  14. New Member Introductions, No Questions Please
    happy new year its good to be with u all now my name is kellyprice.
  15. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi all, I'm hoping someone can give me a bit of wisdom. I'm looking to upgrade my 2007 (facelift model, 4.2SE) RR audio and dash etc and want to know how realistic a proposition this is. I have a chance to get my hands on the TFT display, head unit, loom and ancils from a 2010 5.0 SC and I'm...
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