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Due to a series of unfortunate events, I was having some issues with my Range Rover and on January 2nd I was forced to leave it in Colorado until I could deal with it at a later date. While it was out of my hands, I left it at a family members home until about last week. From then to now, someone broke into my Range Rover parked in their driveway and I lost a netbook I loaded the Allcomms software onto and the Usb to obd2 cable that came with the software license. I've tried multiple times to email the seller my situation and to try and purchase a replacement usb to obd2 cable but i have receive no reply emails, and that is his only contact option.

I was finally able to get the vehicle transported across states to my new residence in Idaho. In my absence I tracked down a Land Rover Specialist in the Denver area to get to the bottom of the rear suspension issue I was unable to track down myself. It was determined the rear air springs were bad and my compressor was bad as well. I am going to replace the air springs and order them tonight, but as a last ditch effort I contacted bagpipingandy who makes the Wabco air compressor rebuild kit, which I installed myself. He replied back to me and said to check the power connector and disconnect the air feed line. If I could put my thumb on the end of the plastic hose, the compressor had issues. If not, it was fine. But without the interface I cannot clear the eas inactive fault codes, therefore the air compressor will not prime and I can't check it for issues.

Out of ideas. If the cable is universal, I'll just get another.

Link to the product:
http://www.rswsolutions.com/index.php/range-rover-mkiii/mkiii-all-comms

Thanks.


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Is it the original one from the Allcomms software?


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I am happy to get you a replacement cable. If there was a miscommunication through emails, I am apologize. This time of year can be extremely difficult to keep up with, at last count over 50 emails a day. Go ahead and email me again and we will work towards finding your original purchase with RSW Solutions.
 

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That sucks. I've had people break in from time to time and try to never leave anything in the vehicle, but for practical reasons its hard to really remove *everything*. I had my car broken into once just so they could steal about $3 worth of change from my change tray :(

FWIW, I used to keep my AllComms and IIDTool tucked inside the little opening in the rear seat where you can pass skis through.... still fairly accessible if you want them but also not a place that has ever been noticed by people breaking in.... they tend to just look in the glove box and console and sometimes the compartments in the trunk, but not the ski boot so far:)

Once they broke my window even though the door was unlocked :(
 
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