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, www.robisonservice.com or my author website, www.johnrobison.com. Check out my autism and writing blog at jerobison.blogspot.com or my photos on www.pbase.com/robisonphoto John Elder Robison
I have been a Land Rover service manager since Land Rover returned to North America in 1987. My company is a four-star Bosch Car Service facility, known nationwide for Land Rover service, overhaul, customization, and restoration. We're a dealer and service agent for APCO, backer of the Land Rover Assured and Certified dealer service contracts and Easycare independent service contracts. In addition to Land Rover our company services BMW, Jaguar, Mercedes-Benz, Rolls_Royce, and Bentley motorcars. We have factory-plus-level service capability for all makes. Visit my company online at www.robisonservice.com > service > land rover Also visit my blog at robisonservice.blogspot.com
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I've been a Land Rover enthusiast since seeing them in National Geographic as a kid. You can find me in the woods at Land Rover off-road events throughout New England
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Carmakers often price warranty exchange parts very low to manage their internal warranty costs. Land Rover's action in this regard is no different from the action of any other carmaker. They had enough
I see you are in Australia. Here in the USA (where I am) the only way to get a key is to order it through a franchised dealer. Keys are getting problematic as Land Rover has discontinued the lock set
By "crankshaft slack" I assume the seller was told it needs a new engine. Given the 10k cost of a motor, and the $5-6k selling price of a typical used truck today, I would say that broken truck is worth
I don't know any quick answer to the problem you describe. What I would do is look at the live data stream on the scan tool and see what goes away, and then take it from there. As for wiring and service
If the car is low on one corner, and levels itself when started, you may well have a leaky strut. If the truck is always crooked that points to a sensor failure. However guessing is very expensive and