Re: common problems with disco 2 year 2000. thanks v8
Hi welcome main problems are the abs valves causing the 3 dash lights (search 3 amigos online) a really badly sited compressor can cause air suspension models to fail giving the bags a slow leak the V8 is a solid engine but can have radiator expansion tank and cap failures
the other issue is electrics windows and door looms are problematic
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Have a 99 disco....I had to take the gear selection control box, underneath the center consol. There isa switch that came loose that interfaces with the brake and ignition to start the car. Also there is a selenoid in the box that could go bad. also could be a bad brake switch. Try pushing the gear shift foward in park while cranking, if it cranks then the gear selection switch is bad. The problem is between the key switch and the starter....trace it down. Also you can buy cheap a LR repair disc.
The following are the common maintenance expenses after 200000 km.
1. Clutch Plate or even entire assembly recondition 2. Brake Assy maintenance 3. Check the engine performance, like speed, engine heating, etc ( Due to improper service or maintenance you may also face the problem )
sorry but its not that simple my good fellow!!
you need to get aan auto electrician to sort out where the fault is in the wiring loom!
& then can you will needa new ECU swell so expect a hefty $$$$$ cost due to labour [hourly rate]
& ECU,s are expensive
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.