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Is the dealer the only place I can find these parts? I tried an internet search but I don't even know what they are called. Any ideas on cost and ease of replacement? Thanks

Also, why do they bubble so easily? The vehicle is only 3 yrs old.
 

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They all do. I took one of those pieces to Sherwin Williams Auto and they matched it pretty close. Cost $32 but I'm not really happy with the way the touch up looks. So I'm going to order the parts now even though I'd hate to pay $78 for a piece of plastic :x
Go to http://bputah.com/ Under Land Rover Parts you'll see Range Rover 03+. Then go down to where it say "Interior" and you'll see the parts.
 

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I had the same thing happen on my Range Rover and they were replaced under warranty. If no warranty then try http://www.roverlandparts.com

Its right down the street where I live in Tampa, FL and they have a ton of parts, not all of them are listed on the website though so you may want to call. Hope this helps!
 

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I need the cover under the blower at the rear center, anyone know part number where to buy. checked the web sites as suggested but couldn't find only that cover..
 
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I had the same thing happen on my Range Rover and they were replaced under warranty. If no warranty then try http://www.roverlandparts.com

Its right down the street where I live in Tampa, FL and they have a ton of parts, not all of them are listed on the website though so you may want to call. Hope this helps!
From what I have seen is that they pass off after market oem parts as Land Rover OEM parts. Just make sure what you are getting is the same as what you get from LR.
 

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From what I have seen is that they pass off after market oem parts as Land Rover OEM parts. Just make sure what you are getting is the same as what you get from LR.
So you can get the same poor quality? They haven't changed the LR part - so it will bubble again in a few years time... This is one of those times were if you can get a pattern part it will be of a superior quality.

Check out this post for what happened to mine: http://rangerovers.net/forum/viewtopic. ... 6&p=269850

And the part number for the under vent bit is: FJV000290JMN (for navy) FJV000290LUP (for aspen) FJV000290PVA (for jet)


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I didn't realize they may cover under warranty. I assumed they would call it "wear and tear". I will try it. Thanks

darrinturner said:
07CARRERA said:
I had the same thing happen on my Range Rover and they were replaced under warranty. If no warranty then try http://www.roverlandparts.com

Its right down the street where I live in Tampa, FL and they have a ton of parts, not all of them are listed on the website though so you may want to call. Hope this helps!
From what I have seen is that they pass off after market oem parts as Land Rover OEM parts. Just make sure what you are getting is the same as what you get from LR.
 

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Dan_UK_1984 said:
Check out http://www.powerfuluk.com/products/rang ... alnut.html

Not necessarily the walnut ones but you get the idea, they are much harder wearing than the "foundry finish" ones. I happen to know that the small square panel under the rear air vents is £40 from the dealers!

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ok the carbon fiber ones look berry nice! anybody got those and can post a picture?
 
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