rpm is controlled by alternator, thus tach concern possible defective alternator. not sure what you mean by storage position connector but vehicles are made for a variety of markets an numerous specs and options, thus may be something not used on your model or maket.
I am searching for a new steering arm to my RRC -73.
Bought a new from Bearmach but it didnt fit, the spline was too big.
I see that bearmach have a repair kit for vehicles with serviceable droparms, but how do I know if my arm is serviceable?
I'm new here as an RRC owner, but have been around various Rover forums a while as a D90 owner.
I've concluded that you can't really start a 95 RRC after removing the ECU -- I want to get mine back up running so my door locks can operate via the fob.
I need to track down a replacement...
I recently installed a new headliner and sunroof worked before and after... for a bit. I've checked all fuses and relays per the (Electrical Troubleshooting Manual) ETM and have power to the sunroof switch and ECU. However, I don't have power out of the ECU to motor... sounds like it...
So I bought a bullbar to go on my 1990 Classic which was labeled as a Range Rover Classic bull bar, I have gone to fit it and the mounts are about 2cm closer together than the chassis rails. Is this because its for an even older Classic or a Discovery or is it just poorly made as to...