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After Starting my 1998 Range Rover HSE

The SRS light and engine light remains on, Also what can I do about my drivers seat belt will not catch within the seat belt latch. Should the red catch part be replaced? The vehicle is running fine as much as I can tell, I just can deal with the lights remaining on. I started burning regular gas when the price went through the roof, should I try and use only premium?

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  • rlsimmons Nov 20, 2008

    So, allow me to understand this clearly, you would like for me to provide you with free details on how I solved the problem, but you would like to charge me for advise!!! You must have allowed the hood of the vehicle to drop on your head. Thanks but no thanks! Have a blessed day

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If you have oxygen sensors fitted to the vehicle (wires coming from front of exhaust)then the fuel could be causing the engine light to come on.SRS light is probably caused by your seat belt catch not working , you could maybe find a good used part at a breakers yard.Check that the wires are o.k before buying.

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