Question about 1996 Land Rover Discovery
SUV only has 87000 mi. Before heating problem I also experience electrical problem. Starting from dashboard lighting to window and seating malfunctions. I have replaced fuel pump, alternator, relay switches, fuse and battery. I've changed oil, had radiator flushed. SUV has also had front end damage due to a less than 5mph. Fender bender. Not even big enough to deploy air bag.
Do compression check to check for bad head gasket or cracked block or head
Posted on Apr 11, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the relay is likely located in the engine compartment fuse back near the battery. also be aware that there is a fuel cutoff switch/button located in one of the side panels at the rear
Posted on Jan 16, 2009
Under the hood next to the firewall is your multi-function box. It controls fuel and other things in your truck. You can pull your fuel supply line loose at the back of the injection rail and have someone turn the key on to see if you are getting fuel. If you are not, you will need test for power to the multi-function box and fuel pump. If you don't have a basic understanding of how to test for power to these components, my advice will not be much of an immediate help.
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
There is a posibility that the connections may have been block or the connection to them is broken ... this also happens while servecing car the water get is the main system but happens real rear ... so you can go to work shop and ask electrition for check ..
Posted on May 31, 2009
Not easy this one,when your turbo failed the oil feed to the turbo bearings continued to feed engine oil into the intake side(could not turn off),the engine is then Un-governed and free to rev way above maximum limit,it has then massively over heated, the oil treatments are unlikely to cause this problem ,usually down to not letting the Turbo "wind down " after driving,The best course of action is to replace the engine and turbo charger and have the induction pipes and intercooler properly cleaned ,there are no cheap fixes for this you were just unlucky.
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
I've had the same problem. It is the actual socket that the bulb plugs into - it is defective. Try removing the light unit and turning the bulb a bit (with the indicator on) and you'll see that it will slow down once it makes contact. Very annoying!!!! RR should have had that fixed ages ago. May need new socket.
Posted on Aug 09, 2010
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