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Land rover 2005 shakes when going up hill and slowes down above 50mph

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I have spent way too much money trying to get the 3 amigos to go out...ABS light, TC light and downhill descent. I have decided to try and ID the wires that go to those particular dash lights and cut them. I am tired of this ****. Landrover told me three different things that may cause this issue and told me to start with the least expensive one first! Go to hell, Landrover. I will NEVER buy another Landrover product. Which wires can I cut?

Posted on Oct 20, 2009

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Posted on Dec 16, 2009

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SOURCE: why does my 2005 chevy silverado shake at 50mph?

Hard to pinpoint because there are many that overlap at that speed.

The first is wheel balance or bent rim. This will be mostly through the steering wheel though.

The engine should not pulse in power, but could physically shake if bad motor mount.

Of course we also can't rule out low transmission fluid or bad speed sensor influencing shift points.

I think things like wheel bearing and Ujoints unlikely at such low miles.

Does it have a lock up feature on the torque converter? That could be trying to engage and disengage at that intermediate speed?

Posted on Mar 05, 2010

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SOURCE: The ABS, TC and down hill descent lights on my

first check the abs sensors wiring and connections if good than have the truck scanned most auto stores such as auto zone/advanced auto will scan vehicle for free check ur local area the trouble code will narrow down ur problem so it can be repaired

Posted on Apr 09, 2010

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SOURCE: 2002 Land Rover Discovery -

i have same probleme with my land rover, this trouble is intermitant wath can i do abs light traction control andhill descent if you have he ansher for me flh.bardier@sympatico.ca thank you

Posted on Dec 12, 2010

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