Having problems with your Land Rover Range Rover ?

Do you know why my 4.0 petrol range rover has gone in to limp mode

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 18-02-2019

Answers :

Try and find the transmission fuse. Mine was loose in its socket. Probably not located properly by a lazy factory worker. Take it out and put it back firmly. Longshot but it fixed my car. Also check the earth lead to the gearbox ? The connections may be corroded or loose?
Your transmission is electronically controlled and can only be tested by\012 a shop with an Autologic or t4 (dealer) test system. You might try \012looking on www.rangerovers.net for an independent shop near you, or you \012might try calling other dealers.
\012There is no home test or solution to your problem.
\012I have seen problems like yours caused by wiring, transmission controllers, or issues within the transmission.
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