You may well find some significant corrosion on the circuit board. They can probably figure out which part you need, the switch. A single bleep indicates that the code has been entered incorrectly. I actually was sold one too. The last clue is that the central locking is now dead.
Press pre-set 1 to store the first digit in the memory. Pull each nub towards the car and when free of the little hole move the short distance 10 degrees towards the left. Cheers I think you need to use your key in the drivers door lock to isolate the alarm and engine inhibiter. Enter the third digit of the code. To start out this video I want to introduce you to your new technical support guy, Doug.
You know it's latched into place. The code should be on a card issued with the car, this card should also have the radio code and vin number on it. Return the key to the centre position. The easiest way is to atleast start with 1 bolt through the latch and the plate, slide it back in place. Note, when buying wipers be sure to always lookup your vehicle make, model and year in the application guide book at the. Ensure the key is fully returned to the centre position after each turn of the key.
I am confused by my having removed one from a truggy I'm building. So you push the latch in, line it up with the steel plate. Jack up vehicle until wheel is just clear of the ground. I´ve tried my spare key and also to put in a new battery inte the key, but no success. Take your steel spacer, don't lose this, put this on this side. And always put them down where you can find them. Press either the up or down tunning button until the first digit of the code appears in the display.
Disconnect hose from thermostat housing. Ensure the key is fully returned to the centre position after each turn of the key. Could I in some way disconnect the alarm to at least get the car start again? Dashboard warnings on your Land Rover Discovery depend on the Land Rover Problem. Now this lower assembly right here is your switch. Install… you need to make a U shaped tool that has little hooks on the end of each of the 2 ends. I finally called Land Rover and asked them and they confirmed my suspicion. You might have to rip some of the plastic, use a box knife so you can tape it back up.
Press pre-set 1 to store second digit. This will apply to a Sport also. This all happens on one wire. Do any one have any idea of what to do to get the car going? First thing we are going to do is take the grill out, and that's going to give you easy access to the 2 bolts that hold the latch in place. This alone will clear the code and the light will go out,. A lot of times you will get hoods open, you'll get an alarm fault; it's a good possibility it's the switch on the right front hood latch.
After you remove the frame the actuator will. Finally, tighten wheel nuts ,incrementally,and evenly. Using part , Doug takes you through the process of installing the new switch into the existing latching assembly. You should use a diagnostic tool which covers the airbag system such as the the. Its an extremely popular choice amongst Land Rover owners worldwide because it covers such a wide range of modules within the vehicle and has received excellent feedback from buyers. Call us at 1-800-533-2210 or contact us via live chat.
That light came on because your vehicle isn't running properly and a trouble code got stored in the controll module. I really need to find someone more knowledgeable than I am to discuss it further, but I'm having great difficulty finding anyone more knowledgeable other than my colleague who helped me remove one! Gently push a screwdriver beneath the tabs and open the box up. The handbook shows you how to input the 4 digit code. You are just going to squeeze the tab, and you're going to remove, and then you can slide this forward. Don't drive it any farther… 1-Using the appropriate wheel tool,slacken wheels nuts,but do not remove , on affected wheel.