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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You'll have to call the dealer have them pull the VIN to see if you have the latest and greatest software. Also you can check on the land rover website under owners put in the last 8 digits of your vin number and it will tell you if the BB8900 is fully compatible.
Posted on Aug 15, 2010
You need to have it reset by dealer or someone who has OBII scanner (fault scanner) Autozone, Advance & other auto parts stores can do it for you.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
SOURCE: i need the location for
looked in my bible and i cannot find this number but the later models are all under the passenger side dash behind the glove box but some are showing in the middle of the bulkhead under the wiper mechanism ,hope this helps
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
So did you fix your problem? I'm now having the same exact problem. The key simply doesn't work; HOWEVER, I know the key is not dead. I also have a 2008 LR2 and there is no "Battery" in the key fob. I compained countless times to the dealer that the key would just stop unlocking doors on me. They told me the battery charges when it is in the ignition but there is no battery to replace. They recommeded I rotate my main and spare key to make sure they're both always charged. Well, I do, and same problem.
This problem started one year ago and I complained that I should not have to spend $500 for them to replace the key... because a 3-year-old key SHOULD NOT be dying. And not to mention, a large chunk of that $500 is for them to "program" the key.
I have an appointment on Friday at a certified Land Rover repair shop but NOT the dealer. The shop I called said the '08 LR2 has "huge key issues." I have had it with Land Rover and their lack of interest in helping deal with the problem, which I might add is clearly THEIR problem, if so many are having similar problems.
I will post an update after my appointment Friday.
Posted on Sep 20, 2012
Could be turn signal switch in column, newer vehicle lik yours may have turn signals controlled by body control computer.
A good electrical shop or dealer should be able to diagnose.
Posted on Nov 30, 2013
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