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My land rover starts but wond move out of park

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  • leslyjrdauph May 11, 2010

    did you ever have transmission problems? do you have a service light on?

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Check your brake switch and the solenoid on the shifter assembly.

Posted on Feb 16, 2010

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Why won't my 2000 land rover start? can't get the gear shifter out of park. could it be the alarm system?


No check the brake light switch or brake pedal some of these vehicle have a electronic lock fitted to gear shift

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1998 Land Rover Discovery Series 1


You can energise the interlock solenoid, by you give a positive (+12V) lead to the RED and a negative (ground) to the black line at the transmission selector's connector.
If it works you should check the positive signal at the red.
It should be there if the ignition is on, brake pedal depressed, and the transfer box is in some gear, and the fuse 1 isn't blown.
At the black cable should be a ground signal if the selector in 'P' position.
If you give me an e-mail address I'll send the wiring.

The ABS problem, you have better to check followings.
- All the wheels bearings' play.
- are the ABS sensors at the deepst position? Knock some to that head (not strong) and they shouldn't move deeper.

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Jul 26, 2008 | 1998 Land Rover Discovery

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Changing transmission control module


problem in the park brake switch
park brake switch has to register that the selection is in park before the ignition circuit is completed
faulty switch indicates still in a gear

Nov 13, 2017 | Land Rover Cars & Trucks

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2002 Land Rover Discovery rolls when it is in PARK.


It is known as the Parking Pawl assembly, and requires removal of the gearbox from the vehicle along with the transfer box. You then remove the extension housing (requiring new bolts) and then replace the park lock gear and o'ring.

Sep 25, 2009 | 2002 Land Rover Discovery Series II

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I have a land rover it starts but it wont move!!!!!


hi centa, sounds to me like the brake release on the gear selector, when you put your foot on the brake it releases the gear selector peg so you move the gear selector, if you can remove the top cover have a look down and see if you can see the lock peg moving, if it is, it sounds to be more like an internal problem. hope it is something simple.

Aug 11, 2009 | 1997 Land Rover Discovery

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I have a Land Rover it starts but when I want to move it?


brake swith at the brake pedal.
both mine and my wifes Land rovers did the same thing.
once replaced car would go into gear.
do your brake lights stay on no matter pressing or not?

Jun 16, 2009 | 1997 Land Rover Discovery

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