Question about 2006 Land Rover LR3
As you know you can now buy a cheap scanner at advance auto that will erase codes...
I would double check my work..It could be a misadjusted ABS sensor or contaminated.
I am also a tech...former GM but now I am level 2 Chrysler.
I also have a landrover freelander and I hate it...Most of these have the worst wiring system in the world.It could just be a wiring issue that landrover themselves have done wrong when they built it.
But I myself would disconnect the negative cable for 30 seconds and this will definitley erase the codes.....Normally the warning light will cut itself off after going at least 6 miles per hour after you perform the repairs but it seems it didnt come on until after you already done the repairs....So I guess it was late telling you...This is what I meant by their wiring being poorly done..
So I would check my work just to be sure then disconnect battery.....If it comes back on the only thing you can do is change the sensor...Volvo is bad for the same problem.
.............hope this helps...........................Metalpoet............PS.Make sure fluid level is correct.
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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