Question about 1997 Land Rover Discovery
According to the wiring diagram, No14 fuse is the 10Amp, which is connected in-line to the Engine Check light. It also runs to the Engine Control Module (ECM) and Anti-Theft system (if equipped).
Something in one of these circuits is triggering a malfunction.
I recommend you have the onboard Diagnostic computer scanned by your local Land Rover dealership, to extract any fault codes - this will immediately identify the faulty component/s.
If no codes are present, then the vehicle will need to go to an Auto Electrician, to locate and rectify the fault.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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