Question about 2007 Land Rover Range Rover Supercharged
Message control on dash repeats message Check coolant level ~ system seems Ok but meesage reappears !
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
TO BLEED COOLANT SYSTEM.FILL RADIATOR UP UNTIL COOLANT LEVEL STOP DROPPING IN RADIATOR.PUT RADIATOR CAP ON.CRANK CAR UP FOR A FEW MINUTES.LET IT IDLE TO GET WARM OR OPERATING TEMP SO THE THERMOSTAT OPEN UP. WATCH TEMP GAUGE.WHEN ENGINE START TO WARM UP.TURN OFF ENGINE.WAIT A WHILE.SO YOU WONT GET SCALDED.GET A LARGE RAG TO PLACE OVER RADIATOR CAP.WHEN ENGINE COOL DOWN ENOUGH .TAKE RADIATOR CAP OFF ADD MORE COOLANT TO RADIATOR.PUT CAP BACK ON.CRANK UP THE ENGINE.LET IT IDLE FEEL TOP RADIATOR HOSE.WHEN IT STARTING TO GET WARM THERMOSTAT OPENING UP.STOP ENGINE AGAIN.LET IT COOL DOWN SO YOU WONT GET SCALDED.OPEN THE CAP A LITTLE BIT AT TIME.WHEN ENGINE COOL DOWN ENOUGH OPEN RADIATOR CAP ADD MORE COOLANT.DO THIS PROCEDURE UNTIL YOUR COOLANT LEVEL IN RADIATOR STOP DROPPING.THEN YOU WILL HAVE RIGHT AMOUNT COOLANT IN SYSTEM AND ALL AIR IS OUT.BECAREFUL WHEN TAKING RADIATOR CAP OFF.LET ENGINE COOL DOWN.WAIT 30 MINUTES .USE A LARGE RAG.OPEN THE CAP A LITTLE BIT AT A TIME LET OFF PRESSURE.THAT WAY YOU WONT GET SCALDED.DONT TAKE CAP OFF REAL FAST.LET PRESSURE BLEED OFF UNTIL YOU DONT HEAR A HISSING NOISE.LET ME KNOW HOW IT GOES.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
As for the "Wait" on the radio, this is an anti theft mechanism. Wait until the "wait" sign is replaced with a sign saying "CODE".
Then press "1" and use the manual station toggling switch to toggle to your first number. Then press "1" again and move onto the next number etc. etc.
Posted on May 20, 2009
If the boot is torn it is a good possibility that the shaft may need to be changed. Auto zone and schucks sell aftermarket boots that are called split boots so you don't have to remove the axle. other wise if you buy a new boot you will have to remove the hub cap break the nut loose on the axle then jack up that side and remove the tire remove the brake caliper remove the lower control arm remove the lower ball joint out of the ball joint then force the shaft of the ball joint out of it,s socket pull axle assembly away from the axle and force axle out then remove the old clamps then remove the boot. If it is the outer that's all you need to do if it's the inner boot which some models have then the axle has to be removed from the trans-axle. Be sure to clean the Area where the new boot goes on and clean the U-joint that the boot it covers, when you buy a new boot they should supply you with new grease if they do be sure to pack the grease in the u-joint then install the boot making sure the boot slips into the groove of the axle and slip clamp on and hook it in the spot and bend it forward then bend the tabs over that hold the clamp in place. Be sure where the boot fits it is clean or you will not get it tight enough and it will come off..
Posted on Nov 10, 2009
Testimonial: "Thanks for your help, sounds like i'll be calling Auto Zone or Schuks."
The Solenoid fitted on the Steering Rack is not getting the command from The Body Control Unit. Kindly Replace your BCM and then your problem is solved. You can try to make sure by giving direct current of 12v to the solenoid and check the Steering. if it works then simply change the BCM as it's not giving d command to the Solenoid. Salman EiD
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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