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It is covered clearly in the owner's handbook.

Wind them all the way down and then all the way back up. Also open and close the sunroof if you have one fitted.

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on May 05, 2017


Your security system is restricting access to the starting capabilities of the vehicle.
Here is some helpful info about those security systems.
Security and Alarm System Operation Diagnosis on RangeRover 4 0 4 6 P38A

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Sep 15, 2015


when you lock it up does the alarm activate you say this problem only started after changing battery sounds like its the mobiliser lock and open car from inside with key in ignition hope this helps

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Mar 14, 2015


Could be a problem with the water pump, blockage in the cooling system, even a restriction in the exhaust.
Do you know if the radiator fan comes on before it reaches 230 degrees ??

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Jan 28, 2015


you need to get a mechanic ASAP

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Jun 16, 2014


Sounds blocked to me, with the limited info provided that is. Here's a couple often overlooked things to check if you havnt already: 1.The resorvoir cap located on top of the coolant tank behind battery. This is a critical item and must operate correctly. They do get worn and can malfunction and as with the thermo once overheated they need to be replaced. 2. The line from the top of the radiator that wraps the inside fender and up to the neck of the resorvoir. If you disconnect from resorvoir with engine running (but cool) you should have a steady flow of coolant. If its intermittent or weak this would indicate partial blockage. 3. The thermostat replacement, was it done by a qualified tech? This is the "artificial heart" looking junction down near the battery side of lower radiator. Because the engine block is a GM design it is cast to accomodate the thermo at the top of the engine as with a GM car. Rover does not use this and it is a clear passage from top hose to top end. It is not unheard of for an unfamliar tech to install a thermo here thinking the old was simply removed. Also the hoses may be connected to the wrong ports. Two of the three are the same size, check it out, your "heart" may be in backwards.
They seem like minor items but they are critical to the high pressure cooling system unique to Range Rover. Hope this helps you are on the right track. Whatever you do don't let it overheat to the red. It doesn't sound like a head gasket but the coolant isn't blending for one reason or another. Hope it helps, am happy to troubleshoot further if you post additional info.

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on May 29, 2014


Ugh.... Goes without saying, you have a short somewhere, aka Rover Electrical Gremlin. Could be anywhere in the chain of ignition components. The one and only similar experience I've had led me to the starter. The way that it is positioned and the contact nuts being so close to the body that I believe the full power of the battery supply has enough current to jump this bridge of as little as. 4-5mm and cause an arc. (From the factory the starter comes with a protective rubber boot to prevent this.) Crawl under there (after disconnecting the battery) loosen the nuts on the posts of the starter and tighten them down after you position them in such a way that the cable and any metal on the connector or wire is as far from other metal of the body. If your preotective boot is gone then you need to insulate the positive contact somehow. Tape isn't going to do it, but liquid electrical tape will work or the rubber boot off of an old set of ignition wires could be modified with a bit of enginuity. Remeber to disconnect the negative lead off of the battery before doing ANY electric troubleshooting on a Rover. If by chance you were working on your starter and did not do this, you're in luck, a wrench to the live starter will blow a fuse everytime and this is where your problem would likely be. Good luck, hope this helps. Repost any additional info or questions and ill do my best to help

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Jan 18, 2014


First thing is to draw a map of where the existing belt goes.. Up under the bonnet with a permanent marker is a good place. Release the adjuster/tensioner pulley/s and take the old belt off. . Fit the new belt ensuring that it sits properly in the pulley grooves and re-tension the pulleys

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Jan 15, 2014


Located to the right of the radiator. Has a lid resembling a five spoke wheel and is black. Hope this is what you wanted to know. Good luck!

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Dec 26, 2013


Your fuel pump is most likely on life support. Replace it asap before you get stranded. Good luck!

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Dec 26, 2013


Leaking head gasket ? Blocked exhaust ?
Air pockets in the cooling system ?

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Jul 14, 2013


what kind of code you have? mean #

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Feb 23, 2013


Take the valve cover off and check the spacing on the rocker arms if they are too loose it will have a tapping noise make sure u check individual rockerarms when the valve is closed.

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Dec 07, 2012


Yes, it sounds like it burned the contact points in the dome light delay. They were never really designed to have the lights left on for that long (and being 13 years old, it has already had some usage before this)
The part you need is PRC9948G (I would double check that with your dealer).
It is the delay courtesy relay.

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Nov 29, 2012


It may mean that one of the doors or the trunk is not fully closed.

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Nov 20, 2012


If battery is new, and altenator test good which would mean your battery is getting charged, then check the igntion wire that goes to the solenoid. They can get loose, broken, or dirty connections.
Check your battery cable connections on battery and on starter and ground to make sure they are very clean as well as tight.

1995 Land Rover... | Answered on Oct 24, 2012

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