Question about 2006 Land Rover Range Rover Sport
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The compressor is located in a sealed housing which is mounted in the spare wheel well.The housing is secured by four bolts into threaded inserts.
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
SOURCE: range rover have no heat or ac
First thing I would do is check your fuses. If all of your fuses are intact, I would make the assumption that it must be the control assembly itself (your actual dash control unit) since to my knowledge it is the only point where the two exclusive systems (heating and AC) are integrated with each other, aside from sharing the duct and to some extent, the electrical system. Being that neither the heating NOR cooling system will work, it seems the only common denominator.
If you have blown fuse(s), remember that fuses almost never blow for no reason (wierd things DO happen on occasion!), and this is usually just a symptom of a deeper issue, such as a short or fault in your electrical system such as your fans, or other components, drawing too much current. Locked fan rotors will blow fuses, for example. Having to replace the fuse again in short order would indeed indicate the need to troubleshoot further.
Posted on Jan 08, 2009
SOURCE: The steering wheel won't return
there is a linkage inside that needs to be looked at by a mechanic in your area should help you because it will take time for anyone to try to open up things to find the problem in which you might not have the time to do yourself most likely. So a mechanic if you call one in your area should let you know what needs to be done and how to fix it but it will take time.
Posted on May 24, 2011
do you mean it will not crank over? or does it crank over and not start? go to the small post on the starter and check for 12 volt wile cranking if there is no power at that post then check the starter relay in the under hood fuse/relay box. also turn on the headlights and try t crank the engine and see if the lights go out if they do then the problem is at the battery or battery posts if the lights stay on wile trying to crank the engine then test the relay.
Posted on Jul 01, 2011
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