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Good afternoon all, New member here.

Just picked up a 2003 RR 4.4, 119k on clock and All Comms diagnostic software.

Below are a few codes that would not clear. I was able to get it out of transport mode.

Where do I start with this car?

Any advise greatly appreciated.


Current observations:

1) Speedo not functioning
2) Abs inactive
3) Air susp inactive
4) HDC Inactive


Codes :

Anti-Lock Brake System Fault Reading Complete...


0x1E 0x001E Rear right wheel speed sensor open circuit.
0x5A 0x005A Temporary system deactivation.
0x8A 0x008A Air suspension system CAN error.

~Headlight Leveling System Fault Reading Complete..

0x4 0x0004 Left hand headlight drive fault

Air Suspension System Fault Reading Complete...


0x32 0x0032 CAN bus Fault.
0x64 0x0064 Articulation Validity Fault.

Instrument Panel Module Fault Reading Complete...


0xBD 0x00BD EBV function fault received from ABS ECU




Body Control Module Fault Reading Complete...


0x49 0x0049 Wiper enable relay: open circuit.
0x4B 0x004B Wiper speed relay: open circuit.
0xA7 0x00A7 Passenger door mirror horizontal potentiometer: defective
 

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Clear the codes and start over. Some of those codes are most likely not active codes.

Start with your right rear wheel sensor and see if it is disconnected, dislodged or damaged. having a failed sensor, for whatever reason, will lead to the bulk of your other codes.
 

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Yep, left rear ABS sensor failure will take out the speedo EAS ABS and HDC, also takes out the variable rate power steering and the PDC doesn't cancel when you drive off.... they usually rust themselves into the hub and are a right pain to remove, you will probably have to drill it out if it doesn't come straight out.... I had to replace mine a while ago and the only one I could get short notice was a pattern part.... absolutely useless, lasted less than a week, a new genuine one which was only a few $ more and it's fine now... A lot of those other faults you have are inbuilt to most early Range Rovers....
 

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haylands just read this post. any chance, in your view that our fuse #9 regular failure could be linked to the abs sensor circuit being out of order.
 

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Doesn't look like fuse 9 has anything to do with the ABS system.... NAS spec wiring....

 
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