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John McInnis

Land Rover Discovery. I've had most of the common mechanical failures, altenator, water leaks, wiper failure, door/hinge problems, roof rust, floor rust, loads of electrical problems. Remember, I'm not a dealer or a mechanic, just an owner like most of you.

John Elder Robison

I own J E Robison Service in Springfield, MA. We are Bosch Car Service for Land Rover, BMW, Mercedes, and other European lines. I can answer most questions about Land Rover service or repair. I'm known as a car enthusiast, machine aficianado, photographer, writer, and speaker. I've been around Land Rovers and British cars most of my life. Visit me at my car business, or my author website, Check out my autism and writing blog at or my photos on John Elder Robison

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2017-01-04 Fault Code:

The code you cite is not a a standard OBD code; you would need to look in the information that came with the tool to interpret it.  All I can say is the code relates to the evaporative control system,

2016-12-02 P38 wont power up:

Fuse box failures are common in older P38 trucks. The BECM could also be messed ups as you suggest.  The only way to know for sure is to test everything, which will require a tester that can talk to the

2016-11-18 DHC:

Olá João!       Here are a few links that may help you with your HDC problems:    (en français avec sous titres en anglais)

2016-11-11 temperature guage:

I have never found the factory gauges to be inadequate.  If you question the accuracy of your gauge I suggest you get an infrared thermometer and use it to look at actual temps on top of the engine block

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