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Hoping someone can help.. Ive got a HDC error coming up about 30 seconds into a journey on my 2006 range rover sport and after that it says special functions not available and a few other things come up as well. Ive tried changing the battery cause I know its sensitive to voltage changes, but its still doing it. Ive also ordered a brake switch, which hasnt come yet. Ive got a feeling its the ABS sensors though. Ive ordered a cheap diagnostic tool (iCarsoft 930) in the hope that it will tell me specifically what it is. Ive never used one before and because the fault doesnt come up till after ive started driving and it doesn't come up if im parked in the drive with the engine on I was wondering if it would work to find the fault.
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Hoping someone can help.. Ive got a HDC error coming up about 30 seconds into a journey on my 2006 range rover sport and after that it says special functions not available and a few other things come up as well. Ive tried changing the battery cause I know its sensitive to voltage changes, but its still doing it. Ive also ordered a brake switch, which hasnt come yet. Ive got a feeling its the ABS sensors though. Ive ordered a cheap diagnostic tool (iCarsoft 930) in the hope that it will tell me specifically what it is. Ive never used one before and because the fault doesnt come up till after ive started driving and it doesn't come up if im parked in the drive with the engine on I was wondering if it would work to find the fault. Visit this link to view the best car diagnostic tool that you may concern.
Thanks for any help
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Mike
HDC error is comming up, it means you need to replace the new battery. The check engine lights are on it may be park brake faults. You can find the OBD2 scanners to diagnose your car and know what happen to it.
 
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