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My ABS Fault message is shown and also fault Code P1592. This also causes my speedometer not to work. Has someone have an answer as to what component is causing this.

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Here's a link to your P1592 CODE AND REASON'S. 2003 Land Rover Discovery Codes Computer Problem 2003 Land Rover

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