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  1. Hello from Reading, United Kingdom!

    New Member Introductions
    Hi everyone :mrgreen: I'm Steve, I'm 24 years old and currently own two Range Rovers, the first being a 1997 P38 4.6 V8 in dark green (possibly my favourite) and the second a 2003 L322 TD6 HSE in Adriatic Blue! Prior to these I had a 1995 P38 2.5 DSE - was a horrible car to be honest, every...
  2. Hello from Lockbie Scotland United Kingdom

    New Member Introductions
    Hi everyone at last I have been able to get the Range Rover I have wanted for a few years. I have been fortunate enough to buy my lovely 2011 Range Rover vouge 4.4 diesel with the eight speed gearbox. Took it for a run round a few cities in Europe to get used to it `) including Germany to let a...
  3. Where to buy front diff in Midwest United States?

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    My rig has 203k miles on it and yesterday I decided to seafoam it, change the oil and change the differential fluid. Well when I pulled the drain plug on the front diff here is what I found I got as much out as I could and ran some clean fluid through the diff to try and flush the crap out...
  4. Hello from United Kingdom

    New Member Introductions
    Hi everybody, I'm Mark from the United Kingdom. Thanks for accepting me on this forum. I am 45 years old and a huge Land Rover fan / Range Rover. I currently own a 2004, L322, 3.0TD Vogue. Previous Rangies have been, 3 RR classics. 3.5V8 / 3.9V8 / 4.2V8, P38, 2.5 DSE looking forward to good...
  5. 2005 Vogue - Battery drain - United Kingdom

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Just a line to help anyone with the same symptoms. Suffered battery drain every morning. took it to the garage. tested the battery said fine so would have to go into lots of testing to find fault and could be a serious fault! (lots of blowing and huffing and lots of money involved). After...
  6. New M.O.T regs for United Kingdom

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Dear All, The new M.O.T regulations mean that brake or airbag messages or lights being on are an immediate fail. As mine are on from a long past low voltage error I'm wondering are there any ways to get them to go away without having to use the comms port. My car for some reason I've not been...
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