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guys need some help car keeps trying to go to high setting driving along arrow on dash comes up light on switch flashes to go to high setting no faults when driving normally stays on standard setting goes to highway setting and returns to standard the for no apparent reason try's to go to high if you keep going it will go to standard the thoughts on here were the drive pack fitted new today and still the same all plugs cleaned and checked

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Two main possibilities.

1) Even though the connectors to driver pack appear tight, the individual pins & sockets are probably loose & intermittent.
2) Corrosion in connectors behind left front footwell panel.

3) Third possibility:
Search this forum & Landyzone P38 forum for many similar issues & fixes.

4) Fourth possibility:
Search google for "range rover P38" and "EAS issues"
 

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Need one bit of clarification. "...drive pack fitted new today..." Was the driver pack actually new or just new to you. If it was actually new you may have received a faulty unit. if it was preowned it has a questionable history. If you provide a real location there may be someone close by with a known good driver pack for you to try out just to troubleshoot.

wood is dead on with the footwell connectors... often over looked and sadly often green in some climates.
 

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Brand new drive pack but faults exactly the same as old one where is the plug in foot well exactly

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White plugs behind LH passenger kick panel
 

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Brand new drive pack but faults exactly the same as old one where is the plug in foot well exactly

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Trevor
Download RAVE and all will be revealed. .(each circuit has connector references. search these within RAVE and there's pictures of the locations) . . . . . . but as in every forum read the sticky threads at the top. There you will find links to useful downloads, and hints to the usual issue for this vehicle. Most are easily resolved by the home diy mechanic, and even if you're not, easy to learn if you persevere.

BTW, update your profile with UK location . . there's probably someone nearby with experience.
 
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