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  1. Air Suspension messed up after dealer worked on car

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hi My car was at the dealership for two weeks while they were replacing my front differential. I picked up the car and the next morning when i went to take the car for a drive my passenger side airsuspension strut is making a chirping sound and is leaking air. Prior to this my suspension made...
  2. Resurrecting A/C that hasn't worked in 10 yrs.

    Range Rover Classic
    I’m ready to try to resurrect the A/C in my ’93 LWB. The POdis-connected the harness at the compressor because it seized. The compressorhas been in place (pulley in use) along with all the rest of the system sincethen. Which relay under the passenger seat is the A/C relay? There is a parallel...
  3. Eureka! I have finally worked it out...!!!

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    In the center of the airplane cockpit of my Range Rover there is a analogue clock, tickery tock! There are two digital clocks, one on the radio and one on the instrument panel, so I could never work out why it was there.....and then the moment of realization came......!! The boffins at Land...
  4. STOP PRESS.... Range Rover has worked great all day....

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Just been reading through several pages of posts and isn't it a sad fact that only faults get reported. Someone coming on here to find information on buying a Land Rover would think that all they do is go wrong Well mine is 12 years old, done 116,000 miles, and went for it's usual trip to the...
  5. Old Radiator....Surprised it worked.....

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Replaced my radiator last night. After looking at my old one I am surprised it cooled at all!!!
  6. It Worked!

    Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I finally got to go off-roading with the '04 Rangie. We took it up to the Ouray area of Colorado. These are the trails you can see on the USA version of Top Gear this last season. 2k miles round trip from TX, plus every trail we could fit it into...all above 8,000 ft. I have driven these...
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