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My 1997 Range Rover shows "gearbox failure, abs failure, and traction failure"

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If you have a weak battery, change it, the electronics on a P38 are a nightmare,
I have had my share and still have them, good luck

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If you have a issue with the abs all three lights will come on if you have a issue with the traction control all three lights will appear. and so on. it could be a wheel speed sensor or a host of many other things. my wife land rover has the same three lights on but still drives great. she has a bad wheel bearing in which triggered her wheel speed sensor fault and bingo three lights.

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SOURCE: My 1997 Range Rover shows "gearbox failure, abs

all these messages due to battery weak. Kindly have the Vehicle Started and run it for sometimes till the batter get back charged and your problem solved

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