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snpcap



Member Since: 22 Jan 2012
Location: manchester
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Indicator arm removal

Can someone please explain the procedure for removing the indicator arm on l322 2004 please.

Post #421739 8th Jan 2017 12:06pm
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Haylands



Member Since: 04 Mar 2014
Location: North Ferriby, East Yorkshire
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England 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

Steering wheel off, shroud off, rotary coupler off, then it comes off...

Download RAVE from the WIKI and it will tell you how, you need a very long screwdriver style star drive to get the shroud off, a socket won't do, also the correct tool for removing the airbag or you can damage it... Thumbs Up Pete
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Post #421743 8th Jan 2017 12:35pm
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snpcap



Member Since: 22 Jan 2012
Location: manchester
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Thanks for your reply,i'm hoping that complete removal of the arm isn't necessary and just the removal of the steering column cowel will give me access to the problem that i have.
I was cut up by another motorist and consequently applied too much pressure on the main beam switch whilst indicating right. As a result the ball joint socket has got caught up on the socket housing and wont retract or self cancel and is stuck on turning right.
So here goes nothing.

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Haylands



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England 2002 Range Rover Vogue 4.4 V8 Epsom Green

They are all plastic, I imagine it's broken, repairs on these things just don't last... Pete
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Snapcap



Member Since: 15 Jan 2017
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I've managed a temporary fix on the arm ,however it isn't completely satisfactory .I have ordered a2nd hand arm off eBay which should do the trick.

Post #422926 15th Jan 2017 5:52pm
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