Question about 1999 Land Rover Range Rover
Rand Rovers are very funny, all the systems run off the referance battery voltage. When the voltage down below the systems freak out and set codes and warning lights.
As far as the rear brakes not bleeding that is the craziest thing i have every heard. I have never had that happened to me on any Land Rover, or car for that matter. Maybe the line is clogged?, and make sure their is brake fluid in the overflow reservoir.
Now if the ac/ is on all the time, even when it is switched off in the truck, it could be training the battery. That may be the reason your battery is draining. If you dont want to spend alot of money on it i would go to a place like auto zone were they scan it for free and try to figure out what the codes are and delete them and see wear your at after that.
well thats a start, let me know how it works out, thanks!
Posted on May 13, 2009
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