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My battery dies constantly on my 2000 range rover>>>>>>it also says gearbox fault does the battery cause this problem

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There is no connection with the battery drain to the gear box issue., the reson the engine dies out must be checked.
So when this happens you might have to see the alternator or the rectifier/regulator is showing errors or a error in the sensors detecting a fault.
It is good to have the scheduled service , the codes checked for any errors for evaluating .Check the charging voltage/current to the battery.

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