Question about 2005 Land Rover LR3
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi i think i have the same problem when i unlock the rear door it makes the sound like the lock is openning but then it closes again, and it doesnt let me open the tailgate door. i have tried to hold the unlock and lock button for 3 seconds but it still doenst work would like to know if u have solved the problem and how ?
Posted on Nov 06, 2009
I have an 05 hse with the same issue, prought it to an electrical specialist who went in the boot and unkinked the infrared wires from all components, it worked for about a month and a few days ago it started again,when you say you "deoxed" the bluetooth harness....do you mean the nokia brain in the left rear boot or the cell phone dock in the front center console??? I have an appointment with the dealership tommorow and i hope they find the WIRING issue instead of trying to have me buy $5000 in new computers that wont fix the problem,its a common issue in this model with the logic 7 just wish someone who has already cleared this hurdle would post a solution:(...I will keep everyone updated
Posted on Mar 08, 2010
The first thing you should do here is remove the radio from the dash and unplug it altogether from the power - leave it for half an hour then reconnect. Remember you will need your security code to reactivate it. Make sure all connections are secure when you reconnect and power up again.
This has the effect of a master reset and forces the radio to go though a self check process when it is powered up again. If the issue does not resolve after this the suspect could be anywhere in the wiring or you may have a faulty amplifier causing the problem.
Water ingress has also been known to cause problems of this nature on this vehicle so look out for any sign of this near to electrical components, connectors or wiring. Unplugging and replugging the connections may help in itself if there is residue on a connector causing a bad contact for example.
These are the basic things you can do yourself.
I fully understand your concern about the potential cost of repairing this issue, particularly if the fault is found in the amplifier. You may be able to offset this with a second hand or refurbished unit if the worst comes to the worst.
However, try this basic troubleshoot first and let me know how you get on.
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Posted on Nov 28, 2010
SOURCE: 2005 landrover lr3 radio won't
try a hard reset by disconnecting the vehicle battery for a minute or two then reconect there is no need for a radio code on lr3 if this doesnt work ask your local dealer to plug the car in to there diagnostic equipment and update the radio software
Posted on Nov 29, 2010
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