RANGE ROVER P38 MANUAL GEARBOX PROBLEMS
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Land Rover and Range Rover Gearbox and IRD Issues. Despite four speed gearboxes being used in the Land Rover since 1983, the LT95 – one of the strongest gearboxes in their history – has still succumbed to a number of issues over the years.
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The Range Rover sport utility vehicle is a four-wheel drive automobile produced by Land Rover in the United Kingdom, owned by India-based Tata Motors. First manufactured in 1970, the Range Rover is currently in its third generation. Like many vehicles, the Range Rover is known to have a few transmission problems, such
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P38A - Manual gearbox selector issue - Land Rover Forum
Wow, nearly two years since I last had reason to post a 'help' request, is that a record for a P38 owner? P38 Diesel Manual running fine all day,.. LandyZone - Land Rover Forum. P38A Manual gearbox selector issue. Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by kernowdragon, May 9, 2016. < Previous Thread
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G'day Chris & welcome. Boy oh boy have you had an intro to the good ol P38 or what, all common of course. Look, a NANOCOM is a good investment if you can afford one, but the fact that if your not one to work on cars, then it's a bit of an overkill.