20 Most Recent 2010 Land Rover Range Rover Sport - Page 7 Questions & Answers


Hopefully the hydrolic system was not opened when you were fitting, in which case all you need do is pump the brake pedal a few times to achieve correct pressure. If you did open the bleed nipples or worse, you'll have to bleed the system. This will require two people or even three. One person to keep the pot under the bonnet topped up, one inside pumping the brake pedal and the third under the vehicle....The meathod of bleeding is to pump the pedal at least four times and hold it down with the foot. The peson underneath opens the nipple and as the pressure releases pushdown with your foot untill you can't push further and hold it there, at which time you yell, close! The guy underneath closes the nipple and then you begin again. the guy under the bonnet should make sure that the resviour is topped up. Begin with the wheel furthest from the brake cylinder, in other words at the rear and finish with the closest. Cheers and Regards Johngee

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Oct 03, 2010


When the Automatic transmission gear shift is not working this is a very serious problem that causes by several reasons and one of those is completely damage transmission. It may also possible that the transmission has a very low amount of transmission fluid. However, if the fluid level is enough, another reason is Bad fluid pump or Gear selector linkage problem.

When an
automatic transmission has bad fluid pump all the gears will not work, because automatic transmission depends on the hydraulic fluid pressure that is created by the fluid pump to pump transmission fluid throughout the transmission assembly to work properly.

Same with the fluid
pump, when an automatic transmission has a problem on gear selector linkage all gears will not work. Gear selector is the one that determines which gear is going to operate. When a gear selector linkage is broken or out of adjustment it cannot operate properly causing the gear not to work.

Diagnose auto problem: Low transmission fluid, Faulty fluid pump or out of adjustments gear selector linkage.

When the problem is low level automatic transmission fluid, just add enough amount of fluid to fix the problem. But if the problem has nothing to do with the fluid level .Then inspect the fluid pump and the gear selector linkage, the mechanic probably will open up the transmission for better diagnosis. If the problem is not fluid pump or gear selector linkage then you has no other option but to replace the transmission assembly with a new one since the automatic transmission gear shift is not working.

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Land Rover Range... | Answered on Sep 14, 2010


go to the range rover forum link below, there are diagrams and instructions, just scroll down the page a bit to see them.

http://www.rangerovers.net/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=37670&start=0

Land Rover Range... | Answered on May 30, 2010


well you give me 4 thumbs up by clicking on the thumbs near the message body. you will need to get to the back of the unit and test the wires with a multimeter. but i would not advise to try this your self where you could do damage.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Feb 01, 2010


The master switch has complete dominion over the window controls on all doors,the master can even present no problems,and still be bad.When the button on the passengers side ,for example,is activated,voltage is sent to the master switch before returning to the passengers side window motor,.Replace the master to repair the problem.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Feb 01, 2010


Check and see if the right front door window switch works. If so the master switch on the drivers door is at fault needing a replacement

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Jan 31, 2010


It sounds to me like your master cylinder is going out, thus seeing the yellow fluid in your dash. The master cylinder hooks up to your dash. It's also called a power booster. When this leaks it wrecks havoc on your brake system. causing it to lock up, or you hit the brakes and you don't slow down. The thing to do it to take it to a brake shop for a free estimate.Check your brake fluid level and make sure you have the right amount. If you're low then it's going to be leaking out from somewhere. My best advice is this: Go to brake check and et their free estimate. Then when they tell you what's wrong with the car, if you're competent enough to do it yourself then by all means tackle it. Ill always be here to help you in anyway I can.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Sep 20, 2009


sound like a bad fuel filter you could also check the fuel pump to make sure that is working properly too

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Land Rover Range... | Answered on Jul 04, 2009


sometimes the code is on or in the glove box but if it is not there call Land rover or go in there service drive and they will program it on the spot for you for free

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Jan 27, 2009


Previous request answered.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Dec 14, 2008


If there are no faults on the display then you can attempt a repair , spray a solution of dish wash liquid and water onto the compressor conections and the air springs and look for bubbling.This will indicate a leak.Otherwise a diagnostic tool is required.

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Nov 21, 2008


sensors on antilock brakes not picking up new info computer ob. must be reset to new specs on rims

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Aug 03, 2008


if there under warrenty ask for the manager ad say you will contact the head office this should be fixed these will blister because of many things but alloy rims should not do that for at least 5or 6 yrs so there is a problem with them ,,,poorley made or so on

Land Rover Range... | Answered on Jul 27, 2008


If it dies while the truck is sitting turned off, then you have an active circuit in the truck which should not be on (e.g. glove box or underhood light). To find the cause, an ammeter on one of the battery cables will show you a current drain and you can then pull fuses until the drain stops to find which circuit it is.
If the battery is draining while the truck is running, it is not charging properly. This usually means the battery is shot (even a new one - do a load test) or the alternator regulator is faulty or you have a wiring/grounding problem in the charging circuit.

Land Rover Cars... | Answered on Dec 08, 2020


Yeah, I had asked one of my friend, he had a Discovery Series II, it is not equipped with a fuel filter. If problems still exist, how about going to a Auto repair shop. If you need cars information. You can click range rover Indonesia. Don't mind the location. Wait for your good news.

Land Rover Cars... | Answered on Sep 21, 2020


I would check the fuel line to make sure there isnt any leaks. But also make sure your fuel injectors are clean. But when you loose fuel pressure its usually the hose from the pump to the fuel pump assembly But low fuel pressure also can be caused from faulty pressure regulator, clogged fuel filter or a high resistance in the fuel pump regulator. So when testing you got to test it mechanically and electronically.

Land Rover Cars... | Answered on Mar 03, 2020

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