I have a 1995 Land Rover Discovery and the lights work when you put on the breaks but when you turn on the head lights the drivers side tail light/ running light is not working. We've replaced the bulbs and checked the fuses under the dash but ti is still out. We've had issues in the past with lights blowing and the back windows haven't worked in years. If any one can help it would be greatly appreciated. My husband is about to loose it over this light.
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The red light means the Immobiliser has not been turned off, the deactivator in the key must not be working correctly, visit your local land rover dealer who will be able to make sure the key is paired to the car correctly, otherwise you may need a new key.
TAIL LIGHTS ARE NOT STOP LIGHTS.
THEY ARE THE LIGHTS THAT COME ON WHEN THE HEAD LIGHTS ARE TURNED ON.
THE MIDDLE LIGHT IS THE CENTER MOUNTED STOP LIGHT.
THIS HAS BEEN A LEGAL REQUIREMENT ON ALL SUV'S SINCE 1995.
The code P1451 on a Land Rover is "Leakage Detection Module Motor power stage error Drive cycle A:Signal out
of range - above maximum". This is an OBD-II diagnostic system code. As far as I know, a 1995 Land Rover Discovery does not use a OBD-II system. Is it possible that this rover is a later model year
If your brake lights don't work Its because you blew the fuse which Is located In the main fuse panel under steering wheel. Without break lights your rover will fire up nice but wont shift out of park until you replace the fuse. If your ABS Is acting up It Is also an easy fix. Disconnect the ABS from each wheel. You still got all wheel disc breaks that work great but no ABS. Your other option is thousands of $$. If your breaks are weak check your master cylinder and make sure you got enough fluid and that you are not loosing the fluid. If you notice you are leaking brake fluid because you have to keep filling it up but cannot find a leak anywhere. I bet I know where It is. Check your rear break lines and make sure one of them didn't get caught in your rear springs and pinched ever so slightly when you were doing dounuts In the snow.