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I have a Land Rover discovery2 and it does not shift geers the man I bought it from said the tranmissions were made like that also the emergancy brake it not connected to the actual thing but the brake light is on, It uses a ton of gas, and im not sure how to get it off, it has started to mess up my regualar brakes! PLEASE HELP~

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You got so many issues,that no one can solve, over the internet.
You need a repair shop or spend some quality time on it yourself,and straighten out thoses issues.

I would be too embarrased ,to go on the internet,to say i bought that vehicle,not knowing it was in that condition

Posted on Sep 30, 2010

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