Question about 1995 Land Rover Discovery
Engage "normal " driving gears as you call them and try to drive. have someone look under the vehicle to see if a propshaft is spinning (theres 2, one at front, one at rear) if one of them is spinning the fault lies in the axle its connected to. (my suspicion) when you engage diff lock (4x4) you will be driving on the good prop and axle, risking possible damage to the broken unit. if neither prop spins then the fault lies in the transfer box / gearbox which will be harder to locate. either way if your not competant repairing mechanical stuff, its a garage job.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
All Land Rovers are permanently in four wheel drive, they do not have the capability to drive in two wheel drive, unless you remove one of the propshafts and put the diff lock in.
so you must be more clear in your description of the fault.
Posted on Feb 13, 2009
Hi Steve, without knowing a bit more about your disco, ie, age, 200 or 300tdi, can you get all the gears when in 4x4 ?,it might be difficult to pinpoint your fault, but going on your first description i would say that the high range on your transfer box could be the problem. Do you have a local transmission repair workshop to you?, they should be able to confirm this for you
Posted on Feb 07, 2009
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