I recently bought a 2004 Range rover HSE and need help rewiring it. The mechanic that fixed it did a horribe job and the suspension is down. I took it to the dealership and they indicated that it needs to rewire. Can you please help me?
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I believe the radio in the Range Rover is wired DIN standard which is used with some minor variations on the majority of European cars across Europe.
I think there are three multiway plugs plus antenna. One plug provides four pairs of speaker wires, one plug carries all the power requirements and the third plug provides a bunch of wires for the steering mounted remote control.
Sorry but I don't have a diagram to hand but you shouldn't have much bother finding one.
I have a 1999 Rover with the 4.6. I bought a code reader for $150 and erased the code. Its paid for itself a hundred times. Did you fix the reason the service engine light problem first? Some auto part stores will read for you. I don't know if they will reset it for you at the same time. If problems not fixed the light will reappear in a very short period of time. Let me know if I can answer anything else. Good luck
If the radio is of the newer LCD variety and most of them are of this type the reason would be because behind the display are usually 3 small lamps /light bulbs used to backlight the display and they are probably all burnt out and need to be replaced. This job cannot be done by most people and best repaired by an electronic technician with a soldering tool.