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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
That is to show that the alarm system immobilisor is on. Shut everything off, close all the doors,windows etc. Lock the car. Then open the car using the remote handset or key and try to start the engine, if it still does not start , then you may have to take it to the dealer to check and reprogramme the system. BTW, did you disconnect the battery prior to this fault ? this would explain why the system is immobilised. Hope that helps
Posted on Apr 10, 2010
check the distributor advance unit pull the pipe off and then **** on advance unit to see if the diaphragm moves and stays in ,because the membrane goes then it will not start ,so you advance the distributor and it will start ,but once it gets hot the engine will not start unless you ****** the timing that bit .then when you do that it will not start when cold .
Posted on Apr 19, 2010
I have a 2007 Toyota LC HZJ105L and the fuel gauge, battery gauge, indicators, dash lights, tachometer, speedometer, aircon, fan and wipers don't work. I have checked the fuse box under the bonnett and both fuse boxes inside and cannot find the blown fuse? Can anyone help out??????
Posted on Aug 04, 2011
So did you fix your problem? I'm now having the same exact problem. The key simply doesn't work; HOWEVER, I know the key is not dead. I also have a 2008 LR2 and there is no "Battery" in the key fob. I compained countless times to the dealer that the key would just stop unlocking doors on me. They told me the battery charges when it is in the ignition but there is no battery to replace. They recommeded I rotate my main and spare key to make sure they're both always charged. Well, I do, and same problem.
This problem started one year ago and I complained that I should not have to spend $500 for them to replace the key... because a 3-year-old key SHOULD NOT be dying. And not to mention, a large chunk of that $500 is for them to "program" the key.
I have an appointment on Friday at a certified Land Rover repair shop but NOT the dealer. The shop I called said the '08 LR2 has "huge key issues." I have had it with Land Rover and their lack of interest in helping deal with the problem, which I might add is clearly THEIR problem, if so many are having similar problems.
I will post an update after my appointment Friday.
Posted on Sep 20, 2012
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