Question about 2004 Land Rover Range Rover
I have a 2005 range rover and it has been the biggest headache ever. I bought it at 1,500 miles and I have pretty much every problem listed on this forum. Currently I am at the shop bc my air suspension system is inactive. The best solution is to convert it to a coil spring kit. Parts and labor of doing that is cheaper than replacing just ONE air suspension strut. You wont be able to lift or lower your car again, but then again you won't have to spend thousands and all your time in the shop. Apparently its a smoother ride, and doesnt wear the tires out so fast.
I wouldnt change it over to coil spring, not that model. You may not be happy with the results. check out my rover website, www.rockboundrovers.com
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
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