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Re: indicator too fast and noisy
This is usually caused by rthe relay either being faulty or the wrong one? i have seen this before when one of your bulbs is out but only on quite old cars with basic wiring looms. i would replace relay under the bonnet/ in the cockpit (refer to owners manual for location)
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First let me admit that I haven't worked on a LandRover in years, so I highly recommend that you contact someone that has recent experience.
That being said; it sounds like a throw out bearing failure to me. Although it could be a pressre plate issue, it really doesn't matter since I always recommend that the pressure plate, throw out bearing and clutch plate be replaced at the same time, since a failure of one is an indication the others life span is coming to the end.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help, but my LandRover experience was mainly in the 80s and early 90s
You need to introduce in it the security code - it's a 4 digit number that is specific to that radio. The number can be found in the purchase papers and the user manual of the car, along with the instructions on how to input it.