Re: i am trying to find out if the wiring is in my...
Any aftermarket lights have to have the wire loom ran. when you run the loom make sure that it is protected and out of the way of things. also when going through any peace of steel make sure that you use a gromet so the wires don't get cut.
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Check main battery leads also check connections (negative connections to chassis) also check main plug to ECU ( disconnect battery before plug removal) when plug is removed check that there is no corrosion on pins spray WD40 in socket and plug and put a little grease around rubber seal and carefully replace plug ( the grease will help seal plug against moisture and water) if all the connections are ok try wiggling loom around starter motor and main fuse board as you may have a broken wire wiggling loom may give you an idea of area loom may be damaged have ignition on and a helper in driving seat when wiggling so as they can tell you if ignition lights flash or go out
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check battery connections are clean and tight check main engine to body earth cable for condition and security check connections at starter motor to check for engine earth problem put a good quality jump lead between bat neg terminal and engine crank and see if ok
call carquest auto parts and order one through their Worldpac division. It will be one from Land Rover, and it costs more than Haynes, but they are the best. Carpdf.net has pdf downloads on landrovers manuals also.
I had a persistent problem of hill light warning and TCS warning lights coming on for no apparent reason. There is a wire connection between the stop light switch and the control unit to let the system know when brakes are being applied. Changing the stop light switch cured it. The replaced switch was certainly sticking and the new one was of a different design. Replaced it myself as switch comes with a wiring loom. Need to get on your back under the steering wheel! Not very expensive. My car 2001 TD4
the rev counter on the 300tdi disco takes its speed signal from a wire connected to the back of the alternator (single spade type connector) this wire usually breaks rewire and should be ok
cruise faults are usually caused by a vacuum pipe splitting check all the vac pipes to the cruise control actuator in the engine bay and at the brake pedal switch of end are split cut off and refit pipe
before you cut or rewire the alarm, when welding the disco although disconecting the battery protects the battery, the imobiliser holds current, this my have gone into system factory setting, so it my be worth getting the imob and key re-conected, this is a cheap job at any Landrover specialist. hope your running smooth soon