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I purchased my first Rover (1999 with 103k miles) and learning a lot from this forum and preparing myself for all what is coming toward me. I am little scared with all the posts about things going wrong with these old rigs but I guess it is part of the deal.
Thanks again for all the helpful posts.

Nave
 

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Don't be scared, Rangies are an adventure. :thumb:
 

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Welcome! If you dont' have one already I'd get a V3 - EAS Buddy Box. http://www.rswsolutions.com/index_easbuddybox_v3.htm
when you get an EAS Fault (and unfortunatly it's only a matter of time) this little box will clear the code and connects to your computer to tell you the specific fault that caused the problem. it's about $200 US Dollars, well worth it since my dealer charges $100 just to clear the code!

I'd also carry extra quarts of oil next to your spare tire - keep on eye on your oil level from time to time, from what I've heard from other owners is that if the Rover isn't leaking - then it's out of oil!

also go to http://www.greenoval.com and download a copy of RAVE - this is an electronic version of the Workshop manual and will help you learn and troubbleshoot the Range Rover.
 

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HSE_Rover_4_Life said:
I'd also carry extra quarts of oil next to your spare tire - keep on eye on your oil level from time to time, from what I've heard from other owners is that if the Rover isn't leaking - then it's out of oil!
Nah, it's marking it's territory :mrgreen:

By the way, welcome to the greatest RR forum on the planet........
 
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