Top 20 2000 Land Rover Discovery - Page 7 Questions & Answers

Stage 1 20nm
Stage 2 +90 degrees
Stage 3 +90 degrees

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air suspension bag is leaking air. I suggest you purchace a coil spring convertion kit and save a lot of money

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This is called your waterpump, you need to have the vehicle towed to a repair shop and have it replaced. If you want phone around to get quotes on the job, just ask them how much it would be to replace the "waterpump".

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What's a disco? Wow! I'm not a certified mechanic, but try disconnecting the air intake hose and having a helper start you car. Soon as it starts spray a dash of AUTO starters fluid (CARB CLEANER) into the intake manifold. Moisture may have accumilated in fuel line. Sometimes when an altinator is going it might act similarlry, but try the low to no cost options first. See if all of your lines are connected tightly. Check the fuses. a blown fuel pump fuse would give your results. Look at the fuel filler hole for moisture as a slight check for tank moisture.

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Do the dash lights come on when you turn the key? Do the headlights and interior lights work?

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Try ebay for a shop/overhaul manual. Don't know of a free manual. has used factory owners manuals but they are around $30 but they are not a shop manual. Is there something you needed to know specifically?

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Yes, the plastic covers need to be removed first. Trouble is that rust or dirt may cause them to be very stiff. Try using a pair of grips to remove them or any other tool that you have in your toolbox. Discard the nut covers as they are more trouble than they are worth.

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probably the shuttle valve in the ABS unit is defective, solution renew shuttle valve, dont let dealership sell you a new ABS unit very expensive

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Yep, there are lots of guides out there on eBay or similar, personally I like the one written by TD5Alive, but they're all mostly the same. It boils down to cutting a good bit of metal out of the existing structure of the front end, and then mounting the new light clusters & eyebrows.
Not 100% sure if I'd be happy doing it to mine TBH, it does seem a bit "bodgy". May just buy the front end off a crunched one (that still has a front end of course!) and use that...

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Easy. Black triange at the top front of the door. Pry away gently and you'll see 3x10mm bolts. Undo these, and the mirror will come loose. Unplug the multi-plug and remove. Job done. Oh, may be some foam packed in there too. Just pull it out and put to one side and replace after.

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yes it should, if it doesn't it was likely not the problem, the compressor is signaled to start by what are called ride height sensors.

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try disconnecting the positive side of the battery for about ten minutes. My 2000 neon was doing the same thing. If there is no actual problem, electrically, then the lights should go out the next time the computer does a check of the car. Hopefully there is no actual issue. See if there is moisture around or in your fuse/relay box or dash. I'm not that experienced in the electronics department, so that is all the info I can in knowledge suggest.

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The ignition barrels have been known to fail and this is usually the way they end up. Some graphite may help lubricate the lock, but odds are you'll need a new barrel and bolt kit.

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I would check all your suspension pieces to make sure they are tight like radius arms, steering damper, pitman on the steering box, traction bar, shocks, etc. This might be a hard one to diagnose without sitting in the seat with you. You might have a garage or alignment shop give it a quick once over and let you know.

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