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Turn on the ignition whilst holding to talking head button in the centre console and hold for about 6 seconds....make sure the Bluetooth is on and you should get the phone activation message on the car when the button is released.....type in the passkey into your phone and all should work.----------- Be careful with turning the ignition on - it must be only to position 1, not to position 2 and back again - its quite sensitive to this, start again if you go to position 2 by mistake. It may also help if you completely clear the memory of all other connected phones from the car - to do this you have to get into "pairing mode" by going to igntion pos 1 and pressing the talking head button for 10 secs, then keep it pressed for another 10 secs till you get a triple beep - then the memory is completely earsed from all prev phones and it may be easier to pair.---------- ------------------- On some cases the iphone4 will not pair with bluetooth, this is due to firmware.------
This is presumably due the iPhone with the firmware update in iOS 4.3 is not recognized by the car's bluetooth system. This can be easily sorted out: First de-authorize your iPhone from your car's telephone system. Then turn on the iphone bluetooth. Update the bluetooth phone in your car. Now the car's bluetooth system will recognize it as a new phone and direct you with the set-up which will include generating a pass-code etc for pairing. After the completion, the iPhone should be able to pair with your car's bluetooth system. ----------- This should help.Keep updated.Thanks.Helpmech.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Jul 03, 2011

Sounds like your Mixture needs to be ajusted. To much gas getting to your engine would cause heavy black smoke. I recommend you have someone give it a good tune-up.

Good Luck

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Jun 22, 2011

You must drain and refill the fuel tank. Some of these systems use optical sesnors in the injection pump and can be damaged not to mention the damage to the pistons and valves. Great trucks. Drain the tank.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on May 29, 2011

Hi, this problem could be contributed to either slipping clutch plate, mis-adjusted throttle position sensor, or even too much slack throttle cable.

Best case scenario is throttle cable that is a wrench to tighten.

Worst case is sensor or slipping plate for either are pricy, unless you consider yourself a mechanic the first is the only one you can fix and if you do consider yourself a mechanic, get a chilton guide for your car and it will show you those two parts and how to fix the sensor could possibly be an easy fix(coming from me who rebuilds engines). But the plates slip would be a two day long project with specialized tools. so...

Check the cable and if not that take it to mechanic.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on May 10, 2011

Unplug your battery for a minute or two and then hook it back up. If they come back on, you might need a computer to clear them.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Feb 24, 2011

I'd have either the dealer or Rover specialty shop set it for you. To set the timing you need Rover "textbook" software, laptop and special wiring. (I have a Rover also) The software is about $2k
Depending on what gasket(s) were changed, timing shouldn't have changed. More than likely an injector line or ignition wiring is wrong. In either case I would let a specialist look at it instead of throwing parts at it.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Feb 21, 2011

you have to; go to the authorized dealer for it

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Feb 03, 2011

Hello! This problem is well known by dealerships...A solution is to have the transmission software updated...This is not a 100% cure...The Control valve body may need to be replaced...Take the vehicle to an authorized dealer and have a diagnostic run on the transmission...They are aware of the fault...


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Land Rover Range... | Answered on Feb 01, 2011

Might be really simple like a battery terminal connector is loose. Check the connectors are tight.. if not tighten the clamps. If the terminal connector is loose you may find that you also have difficulty in starting. If terminal connectors are on tight but still have the issue then check the connections to the alternator (clean and tight) and likewise the earth return strap between the engine to the car frame. If you have access to a voltmeter the battery, with the engine off should read 12.4 volts between the terminals and 14.4 volts when the engine is running.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Jan 18, 2011

Please provide the Yr. and model of your vehicle and if you can describe the problem you're troubleshooting, I will be able to provide better assistance. Thanks

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Jan 02, 2011

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