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Mike220



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2011 Range Rover Vogue SE TDV8 Stornoway Grey

Fingers crossed for you Graham 2011 Vogue SE Tdv8 FFRR

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Gr4h4m



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Thanks Mike, fingers crossed.

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So the ABS module has returned and no faults found which is disappointing as I was hoping for a smoking gun. This is a pain as the trust in the car will be difficult.
The garage are waiting for the belt and tensioner to hopefully stop the squeaking.

Looks like I will be using the wife’s car for anything important, which is the only reason to use a car. Will have to have a think of what to do.

Graham

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England 2012 Range Rover Autobiography 5.0 SC V8 Ipanema Sand

On the later L322's you really have to use the designated JLR diagnostics to locate issues, they can read to a much deeper level than any other including Snap-On etc

Ask around and you may find someone with the kit or ask JLR to do a diagnostics and report on it.

Using a generic reader can cost a fortune in the long run... Thumbs Up Pete

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The garage uses Autologic, and I ran the JLR version of icarsoft. The both said the same thing. I instructed the garage to send the unit for testing as a precaution.

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The repair company has said they abs module has passed. The garage stuck it back on and the errors cam back straight away.

The mechanic is now on 10days isolation.

It sounds like more detailed issue that will take a while to fix. This is already a long one, this will be super long, thank god we didn’t sell the wife’s car.

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Following, as I've been there too.

Wishing you the best Graham, hope you get to the bottom of it and get to enjoy the car

Anyone near you with a GAP tool? I'm too far away sadly. 09 RR Westminster 3.6TDV8 - Stornoway Grey

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Do you think the Gap tool will tell you more than the Autologic that the garage has or the icarsoft unit I have used? I have read a load of stuff on this type of fault and it appears it could be a number of things. I had noticed before the car was collected that the steering sensor was showing a crazy angle on the icarsoft tool, I have told them this, however, like most professionals you never believe the customer.

Its at an indi near me and I have a lot going on at the moment to give it much thought. I did think it was a good idea to post up the history here so hopefully it can help in the future. I'm very thankful that we never went down to one car.

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