2006 Land Rover Range Rover Sport - Page 2 - Answered Questions & Fixed issues


Yes you can. If the battery is connected thenn you should be able to get power to the mini compressor under the spare wheel. Just turn the car to the on position and use as normal. Remember you have to ahve battery power.

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Mar 05, 2015 | 84 views


Setting is on your Sat Nav, Check " Setting Section "

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Feb 24, 2015 | 316 views


Sometimes it does and sometimes it doesn't.

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Jan 21, 2015 | 225 views


Hi Diane, from the symbol you described it sounds like you are not receiving the satellite signal to your sat nav! The weak satellite signal could be due to the location you are in and also within the vehicle, some vehicles reduce satellite signals and you have to fix an external aerial to improve the signal! Have you tried using it with the door/ window open to see if that helps the signal?

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Jan 11, 2015 | 512 views


Make sure you have it connected properly. If so check your maxi fuse in case something grounded or the battery wasn't disconnected during the removal or reinstall. Make sure you have a fully charged battery.and that your battery leads are not corroded up the strand.

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Dec 29, 2014 | 38 views


I believe you will find the MAF sensor in similar locations on your LR3 as with P38. In the intake tube between your air filter and the engine there will be a section that has a multi-long-running to it. This middle section of the air intake houses your MAF sensor. This is a fairly fragile component, use care in handling, do not touch the wire or mesh and clean only as specifically instructed on the label of the product formulated specifically for cleaning it.

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Dec 29, 2014 | 87 views


Do NOT delay in getting this checked. It may be something simple, but it could also be potentially dangerous. See the articles on the website www.graemecooper.com.au about identifying noises

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Sep 25, 2014 | 144 views


check for faulty hydraulic lifter/s Check for correct viscosity of oil. Check for correct type of oil filter ( must have an anti-drain back valve in the filter.)

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Jun 07, 2014 | 364 views


put the key into the ignition and turn to position 2 leave it for 10 mins it will charge the battery on the key remote

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Apr 23, 2014 | 2,198 views


Removing or disconnecting the battery on these vehicles often results in an "arming" of the alarm system and needs to be reset by a dealer or a shop with qualified equipment. You can try disconnecting the battery for 10 minutes, hooking it back up and using the key fob to lock and unlock the vehicle before trying to start it. If the vehicle does not crank after the above procedure, then fault codes may need to be cleared and/or programming may need to be carried out.

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Apr 23, 2014 | 121 views


Removing the battery on these vehicles often results in an "arming" of the alarm system and needs to be reset by a dealer or a shop with qualified equipment. You can try disconnecting the battery for 10 minutes, hooking it back up and using the key fob to lock and unlock the vehicle before trying to start it. If the vehicle does not crank after the above procedure, then fault codes may need to be cleared and/or programming may need to be carried out.

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Apr 23, 2014 | 127 views


Hi my range rover sport 2006 model can't shift to sport mode please help

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Mar 30, 2014 | 2,845 views


In most car stereo systems, there is a wire that gets constant voltage to keep the memory settings and it should be fused. I would check it to see of the fuse for that line is gone. Does the radio remember your preset stations? If it does, then I am wrong. Sorry!

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Mar 19, 2014 | 87 views


It is a throttle position sensor fault and is either signal or voltage correlation problem. Replacing the unit should fix the fault and if you consider your mechanic competent enough to do this then by all means give him the job.

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Jan 06, 2014 | 431 views


if youre smelling antifreeze then its a sign that the heater core may be leaking..

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Jan 01, 2014 | 248 views


If all the controls are set properly, I'd look for a faulty thermostat as the first choice before looking at more costly fixes.

FIRST, I'd check the engine thermostat to be sure it's closing and allowing the coolant to heat up to a proper temperature. What's the temperature of your engine after five or ten minutes of running? Still showing cold on the gauge? If so, your problem may be as simple as a bad thermostat which can be replaced easily and relatively cheaply. If the thermostat stays open in cold weather, the engine won't heat the coolant properly and you won''t get warm air, plus your engine will lose efficiency and fuel mileage.

If that's not the problem, I'd check the connections where the hoses go to the heater core to be sure they are delivering hot coolant. Then the controls to assure they are opening the heater valve. Also, you could have a plugged heater core. How does the coolant look? Normally it's good for 100K miles but if it looks dirty or really rusty, then you may have a problem. The coolant is a light reddish brown but should not be dark brown. The radiator and heater core may need a profesional flushing.

I hope this helps. Good luck!

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Dec 30, 2013 | 119 views


If all the controls are set properly, I'd look for a faulty thermostat as the first choice before looking at more costly fixes.

FIRST, I'd check the engine thermostat to be sure it's closing and allowing the coolant to heat up to a proper temperature. What's the temperature of your engine after five or ten minutes of running? Still showing cold on the gauge? If so, your problem may be as simple as a bad thermostat which can be replaced easily and relatively cheaply. If the thermostat stays open in cold weather, the engine won't heat the coolant properly and you won''t get warm air, plus your engine will lose efficiency and fuel mileage.

If that's not the problem, I'd check the connections where the hoses go to the heater core to be sure they are delivering hot coolant. Then the controls to assure they are opening the heater valve. Also, you could have a plugged heater core. How does the coolant look? Normally it's good for 100K miles but if it looks dirty or really rusty, then you may have a problem. The coolant is a light reddish brown but should not be dark brown. The radiator and heater core may need a profesional flushing. Good luck!

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Dec 30, 2013 | 312 views


I have the same problem that got worse. Now the radio is not working at all after pulling the fuse to inspect it. In going around I understand that the Bluetooth module could be the culprit. I went to the dealer they told me that there is no codes for the radio.

2006 Land Rover... | Answered on Dec 04, 2013 | 1,105 views

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