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02 land rover wont move in any gear

It just stopped moving one day, checked fluid, drive shafts, diffs, park break, fuses, and all plugs. still nothing trans fluid stayed cold after 10 mins in drive. so we put new (used) tranny in it and still same problem, sometime i get the M and S light flash. so i think clogged cooling lines, or bad tcm. any help?

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Check the torque converter for proper installation. If bolts are missing from the torque converter, your DII won't move.

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SOURCE: I have a Land Rover it starts but when I want to move it?

brake swith at the brake pedal.
both mine and my wifes Land rovers did the same thing.
once replaced car would go into gear.
do your brake lights stay on no matter pressing or not?

Posted on Jul 03, 2009

dingdong10

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does it also clunk when you are driving along in 1st or 2nd gear and take your foot off the throttle?...maybe a unijoint.

Posted on Aug 03, 2009

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SOURCE: i have a land rover it starts but it wont move!!!!!

I've had this problem on one of my rovers (97) It was the switch in the brake pedal. The switch is two stage one for the lights and one stage for shift lock. Replace it and your good to go

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

lrrock

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SOURCE: Is there a bypass for the start neutral safety

would advise against trying to bypass park switch try ajusting first

Posted on May 23, 2010

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SOURCE: 1999 Land Rover Discovery 1 Occasionally,

this would be the nutrual safety switch you should have these repairs done by your local dealship

Posted on Feb 06, 2011

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My 2000 land rover discovery 2 suddenly stopped working in all gears, I put it in drive and it won't move, won't move in any gear, idles like its in park, code p0884 came up, can't find what it means


code p 0884 refers to transmission control module (TCM)--power input signal intermittent malfunction==== causes ---wiring ---poor connections ---TCM
While that code appears what you have indicates that the torque converter clutch servo/ solenoid is not operational hence no drive action
The TCM could be affect that or you may have 2 problems

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You can energise the interlock solenoid, by you give a positive (+12V) lead to the RED and a negative (ground) to the black line at the transmission selector's connector.
If it works you should check the positive signal at the red.
It should be there if the ignition is on, brake pedal depressed, and the transfer box is in some gear, and the fuse 1 isn't blown.
At the black cable should be a ground signal if the selector in 'P' position.
If you give me an e-mail address I'll send the wiring.

The ABS problem, you have better to check followings.
- All the wheels bearings' play.
- are the ABS sensors at the deepst position? Knock some to that head (not strong) and they shouldn't move deeper.

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1990 Range Rover will not go into gear


Check the fluid level while idling in park. Low fluid pressure due to low fluid can cause this.

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Car will not move in any gear


your question is very brief making it hard to understand what you need to know , is your car manual or atomatic gearbox ?

if manual gear box then you may have one of many things , your clutch is worn out ,or maybe just the clutch slave cylinder , if 4wd is engaged does if move with front tire's if so rear tail shaft or diff broken .

if automatic , then you may have bands broken or blown gear box in both cases .

if 4wd drive try driving in 4wd using front wheel to drive vehicle , if it moves then rear diff or tail shaft is problem , if not gearbox is most likely dammaged

hope this helps you !

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2002 Land Rover Discovery rolls when it is in PARK.


It is known as the Parking Pawl assembly, and requires removal of the gearbox from the vehicle along with the transfer box. You then remove the extension housing (requiring new bolts) and then replace the park lock gear and o'ring.

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I have a land rover it starts but it wont move!!!!!


hi centa, sounds to me like the brake release on the gear selector, when you put your foot on the brake it releases the gear selector peg so you move the gear selector, if you can remove the top cover have a look down and see if you can see the lock peg moving, if it is, it sounds to be more like an internal problem. hope it is something simple.

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Not moving in any gear


Have you checked the High-Low ratio lever.  Half-way between High and Low is a Neutral, so no drive to any axle even if a gear in the main box is selected.
Try locking the differential.  If this gives you drive, then it might be a final drive (half-shaft) failure.

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ABS LIGHT ON, SHIFT LOCKED, NO BRAKE LIGHT.


If your brake lights don't work Its because you blew the fuse  which Is located In the main fuse panel under steering wheel.  Without break lights your rover will fire up nice but wont shift out of park until you replace the fuse.  If your ABS Is acting up It Is also an easy fix.  Disconnect the ABS from each wheel.  You still got all wheel disc breaks that work great but no ABS.  Your other option is  thousands of $$.  If your breaks are weak check your master cylinder and make sure you got enough fluid and that you are not loosing the fluid.  If you notice you are leaking brake fluid because you have to keep filling it up but cannot find a leak anywhere.  I bet I know where It is.  Check your rear break lines and make sure one of them didn't get caught in your rear springs and pinched ever so slightly when you were doing dounuts In the snow.
Good luck,

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