Dealer looked into the problem and stated it was a worn bearing in the front differential. It happened again in August and then in September and they said the car needed software updating, or at least that was the excuse they gave to me that occasion. Correction: Dealers will replace the fuel tanks. I have no doubts that the previous owner had spilled something right over the terrain control buttons at some point. Then just unclip the trim and lift it up. I have 2002 Discovery - been there, done that. Any chance that this is a lingering issue from that? One day it said 12, today it said 8, and then a few minutes ago it said 7.
Raptor pan is deeper and no drain plug. Rear diff plug magnetic was coated with metal shavings. Another thing that's getting more common up north is a splice above the rear axle that causes loss of batt voltage at the park brake. I would like to think that is the issue but I'm doubting it a little. Consequence: The driver may notice fuel odor, drivability concerns such as hesitation, misfire, stalling, rough running, or difficulty in starting and the 'check engine' light may be illuminated. Poor low speed transmission shifts.
Link 17E and 11e Have you checked to see if the tailgate locks? Any ideas of what it could be? Then consumer pulled over, and put the car was in park. Notes: Land rover recall no. Hello and welcome to FixYa! I was driving on the highway in June when this first happened and this occurred to me three times in a row within hours. Correction: Dealers will replace the fuel tanks. A police report was filed.
To get the harness disconnected, peep this photo: That connector Dan found all shitted up is the most probable cause of all that shift interlock shittery. If you need leverage, you can use a large screw driver to gently pry off the battery clamp. My tranny guy, when he works on it kind of ignores the effect of the skid plate except when he is doing up the bill. This will reset the system and can get rid of the fault codes. The oil is as cold or warm as the oil is going to be, pan or no pan. Replaced with Land Rover reman rear diff. Feb 13, 2015 This tiptronic is a computer controlled transmission with a computer module for the transmission it holds the transmission in sport mode or regular driving modes if when in first gear there will be now shifts occur your in first just like a manual trans with out a clutch you should be able to shift to other gears in this transmission i.
If you dig more into the Raptor forums, there seems to be a lot of discussion re the Ford tranny recalls. No dash board lights, then in June 2005 the car was being driven in the neighborhood. Would have been done at same time as transmission, but not in stock. Took it the next day to the service and they could not re-create the problem so they did nothing. Then it lurched at slower speeds under 20 mph. When you shift from D Drive to L Low , the transmission will shift to a pre-determined lower gear range.
There are three wiring harnesses connected to the trim that must be disconnected before completly removing the trim. Notes: Land rover recall no. You will loosen them up and then pull off the terminal clamp. If you had a Faultmate it would tell you exactly what is failing, but without it you'll need to carefully check for clues. Consumer was provided with a loaner car of the same make and model, and it did exactly the same thing. I have rented a car due to safety issue. Stabalant 22 is awsome stuff.
It could also be a malfunctioning computer chip. Any yes, replacing the fuel cap and or this vapor leak thing are a more probably the solution than replacing the tranny. The only code that was there was P0741. Do you shift into gear quickly during start? In the case mentioned, as per previous posts, it just may be the tranny, but the systems are so interrelated that a dumb dual contact brake light switch or a burned out tail light bulb can foul up the operation of the tranny. Ive fixed several of those splices.
Clutches and other parts worn. This allowed me to get the truck home. The clock-like icon indicates the days to your next service or past your next service, if the number is preceded by a minus sign , usually followed by the miles. However, I opened up the center console to find out the previous honor has spilled what I could only guess to be a diet coke over it. Traced to the differential, not the locking mechanism. Annoying beyond belief, unsafe, too.