Question about Land Rover Cars & Trucks
Posted by Anonymous on
Not an un-common fan issue (thermal switch)
This is just a stab... (Discovery or Range Rover)
because of COURSE no model or engine was offered...
(4.0L or 4.6L)
but the part will very likely be the same... with the same price area... (FREE HELP)...
((why bother being helpful to your help))...
WHICH MEANS YOU CAN VERIFY THE PART NUMBERS YOURSELF... Not surprisingly AMAZON part does not look like the ROCKAUTO...
but there's much more information than you offered...
AGAIN... verify the NUMBERS YOURSELF.
Hope this helps.
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Posted on Dec 28, 2016
Sounds like a relay. The contacts will melt together and stick. It must be receiving battery power as apposed to ignition switch power. Locate and pull the relay most likely it's under the hood. If that does it you could further diagnose by opening the relay as it's possible your temp sensor wire is unplugged but that usually only will cause it to run if PCM/ECM is powered on. You may have an identical relay that you could swap with to verify it is the relay and not the control circuit at fault.
Posted on Dec 28, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Give the dealership your VIN# and they will in turn provide you with an 'unlock' code. Input the code and you should have radio. If not, you will need to remove the radio and give the dealer the chassis # found on the case.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
there is a module mounted on the fan shroud that is a common problem. but as always, check fuses, connectors and grounds!
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
The code P1451 on a Land Rover is "Leakage Detection Module Motor power stage error Drive cycle A:Signal out of range - above maximum". This is an OBD-II diagnostic system code. As far as I know, a 1995 Land Rover Discovery does not use a OBD-II system. Is it possible that this rover is a later model year
Posted on Feb 25, 2010
I think its fairly standard across all Land Rovers. First of all you need a code. This was supplied on a credit card sized piece of card with the original vehicle. I'l assume its not to hand... Typically, you can source the code (which is specific to your serial number / radio) from a supplier such as this on eBay: http://cgi.ebay.com/Landrover-Radio-Code-Decode-Service-4775-Navigation-/380181370976?cmd=ViewItem&pt=UK_Audio_TV_Electronics_In_Car_Entertainment_GPS_In_Car_Audio_Players_PP&hash=item5884935860 Code in hand, you are ready to enter it and unlock the radio.
You only actually need numbered button <1> and the two seek buttons that look like <| and >| .
When you turn the radio on, you should see it request <CODE>
Press preset button <1>. This should identify character 1 of the code.
Use one of the two tuning buttons (Seek up , or seek down - the ones with arrows going into lines) to move to the right number (0-9).
Press preset button <1> again to lock digit 1 and move onto code digit 2.
Repeat twiddling the upseek and downseek. Press button 1 etc .... until all four codes have been entered.
When you press <1> for the final time, if the code is correct, you'll get a two tone beep to confirm and the radio is unlocked.
If incorrect, you are progressively locked out (in doubling time periods).
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 06, 2010
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