Question about 1997 Land Rover Discovery
Your problem Is simple and easy. Its the Positive and Negative Terminals that connect to your battery. I would bet the case Is that your Terminals are old POS that no longer conduct. Hit your local auto parts store and buy some new Terminals. Get something that Is a strong Conductor. I suggest Brass. Also Its Important to get the right size Terminal. I would also put money on your Main Power Wires being real heavy gage that will not fit into a generic Terminal. So make sure you get a terminal your gage of wire will easily fit into to avoid head ache and the hacking of your nice heavy gage Into lets say Civic gage to fit a too small terminal which mind your will work However you will have less power weaker connections ultimately Find your self with a car that will not start. It does not hurt to also sand any white crude or rust that would further interupt your new connection, Complete that and she be ready to fire up and hand you your next task.
Posted on Mar 22, 2009
Check the main fuse panel for lose connections.
Posted on Jan 07, 2009
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