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Range rover 2003 Vogue Gps system

Disc constantly disengages for no apparent reason .The system is virtually out of action

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Rover workshop manual


You would be better off buying the Haynes manual that covers all aspects of the vehicle. If you can afford a Range Rover Vogue, you can afford the $30 odd for a manual

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My 2002 range rover 4.4 vogue central locking and front windscreen wipers have stopped working checked all fuses they are ok any ideas thanks


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Range rover 4.2 vogue year model 1993.


The normal reason why a hot engine doesn't start is the choke. Your fancy new range rover will have a computer controlled choke that will be activiated by a temperature sensor. maybe in his enthusiasm to replace expensive parts your dealer missed replaciijng this cheap little component. i don't see it in the list of replacements in your posting. Another possibility is that the sensor is OK but just disconnected.

In my ancient range rover I have a manual choke but essentially the same engine. I know that if the motor is hot I can't start it with the choke on.

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