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  1. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi Guy's.. The temperature gauge on my p38 (2.5 diesel) has not worked since i had it (since last September), however, the other day the fan belt went and I noticed that the temp gauge worked and went into the red, I have now fixed the fanbelt problem & filled it up with water and now, it dosnt...
  2. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I have been having issues with my heat/AC control in my 05 RR HSE - Not even sure if I am controlling it correctly. I am unable to change the temperature for each side of the cabin in fact, no matter what temp I have it set at it is either all the way hot or all the way cold depending on what I...
  3. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    When outside temperature gets to 37 F. It chimes and displays this. I assume it's warning me of potential ice conditions that may come about?
  4. Range Rover Sport / L320
    My climate control knobs change the temperature in 2 degree increments. Is this the normal fixed setting? Our 2013 Evoque changes 1 degrees per increment so I'm curious
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi all, I have had some heating issues over the past couple of weeks with my. 2000 mod. HSE 4.6. I have read all I could find on this subject and addressed the symptoms as follows: Water heated (bubbled) in coolant plastic container and overheated. I replaced the pressure cap and the thermostat...
  6. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    My 2004 range rover bmw engine is running 230*F degrees which is about 110*C degrees. Is this a normal tempature to run? I feel like it is too high. It will sometimes dip down 226*F on the highway which is about 108*c. All temps came from obd-2 scanner. The temps will vary from 226*(f) to...
  7. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I recently replaced my radiator and the temperature guage is halfway between centre and off position under normal driving conditions. I noticed that the needle went a good bit below centre when driving on motorways before I changed the rad however since changing the radiator and replacing the...
  8. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Afternoon all Following on from my ac questions, the codes suggest an issue with my heater core temperature sensor. I have found this sold by island 4x4, but just wanted to check that looks like the right part! http://www.island-4x4.co.uk/sensor-heater-temperature-stc3256-p-2544.html...
  9. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Note: That's supposed to say Housing and not ousing lol. As myself and a few other members on this site were experiencing the same issues with the OEM temp gauge (mainly the issue I was having was that it would stay slightly above the while line on the cold position even when running for hours...
  10. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Does anyone know what the resistance value (Ohm) for a good evaporator sensor (STC3365) and for the Heater sensor (STC3256) should be?. I get no reading when i measure them so no contact between the two pins. My airco stopped working. i did test the compressor and relay 3 there ok. could also...
  11. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi, It's been a while since I have posted anything, but I finally resolved an annoying problem with my 1997 HSE with 78K. For the last few years, I have been experiencing weak performance of the blower to make a difference in the interior temperature. In addition after running for a long time...
  12. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Just joined after recently buying my first range rover, it's a 2003 hse I'm having a few issues with the temperature, now and again the temperature will get up to half when idling around town but most the time the gauge reads quarter especially on motorway at higher speeds and the heaters only...
  13. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi All, Just has a couple of hour to spare, so started some more jobs on the P38 (2.5 DT, 1997)... I plugged in my Nanocom, and was looking at some readouts, which was when i noticed that the EDC was showing the fuel temperature at -9 deg C (before the engine was started), this was with an...
  14. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi all, I have a (normally) superb 2000 P38 with 75k on the clock. I have found this place is great for novice Lady mechanics and I have saved a lot of time and money finding and researching answers to problems, recently I enjoyed using the guide with help from my son to change my plenum...
  15. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi Guys, Sorry but my first post is going to be one asking for some help im afraid! I have a 2004 v8 range rover which i noticed had a bit of play in the water pump last week and a very slight leak, no problem order a new pump fit it myself, sorted. I ordered the pump and while waiting for it...
  16. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi everyone, I had heatup issue with my 96 RR but it's gone now THANKS TO LARRYS, Now the temperature Gauge shoots up whenever any of the electrical appliances are turned ON(like head lights,A/C,heated front screen etc even indicators) I have cleaned all the earth points and connected an extra...
  17. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi All, I tried to get some interest in this before but failed. Over on the Landcruiser US forum, the guys have made the temperature gauge work accurately. This is done by substituting a resistor for the zener diode in the gauge so that the needle shows, or at least responds to, temperature...
  18. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I was wondering if anyone could tell me what the normal temperature range of the engine is/should be after a normal day of driving(stop and go and highway, no off-roading or towing). The engine in my 99 4.6HSE runs in the mid-240's fahrenheit. That seems a little high to me, but I would like a...
  19. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    The temperature gauge in our Rangie sits just above the 1/2 way mark whatever the conditions - except after a long run. After traveling for a length of time and then stoping and restarting, the gauge climbs back up to the middle mark for a short period of time and then drops to nothing. It stays...
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