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RDR



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Spoke to my dealer yesterday no more details but I’m am on their list, been a BEV owner since 2014 looking forward to this I think it will suit the l460 very well Very Happy MY23 PHEV HSE
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The older vehicles are definitely not induction motors nor are they hall effect on level either. One of my sons cars melted the insulation on the pump wire inside the tank, that one was a brushed motor. BMW i3 Electric Car
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Merchy wrote:
Found this, comes from a new film called 'Leave the world behind' apparently Mr Musk is not very happy about the pile up of Tesla's, maybe the producer or director had one that broke down




Is that the reason of the Tesla latest recall Rolling with laughter

By the way what a Censored movie that was, dont waste your life on it. 2018 SE SDV8 4.4 Byron Blue

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Kot, was worth watching just to see all those white goods destroyed.. Laughing overfinch modified

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James W wrote:
I'd love to know the real world range of it when it has 4 x heated seats, heated windscreen, heated mirrors, heated steering wheel and warm air heater on, as mine spends most of it's time currently at the moment Shocked


The items you mention have little affect on the range. Perhaps if it's freezing outside and you first start the car. Once warmed up the drop in range is insignificant. Well, that's my experience.

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Funnily enough anyone that has had a BMW R1200GS or Adventure will know that the older Hexhead version used to have a strip to read the fuel level rather than a float. They used to fail and one of the fixes is to actually link a piezo via two of the wires and cause a spark on the wiring inside the fuel tank to try and re-link the wires, which often worked. Scary doing it though as I have done, knowing you're creating a spark inside the fuel tank Shocked

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RRV8SC wrote:
The items you mention have little affect on the range. Perhaps if it's freezing outside and you first start the car. Once warmed up the drop in range is insignificant. Well, that's my experience.

Those items had quite an impact on the range of my L405 hybrid battery.... 2024 Range Rover P550e AB

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It always makes me wonder the logic of placing a fuelpump inside a petrol tank...........[/quote]

Electrics inside a fuel tank can go spectacularly wrong. We were the first regiment to be issued with the Scorpion CVR (T) in 1973. A few weeks after they arrived, one filled up at the POL point and when the driver turned the ignition, the whole thing went bang- luckily, the blast blew him out of his hatch. All that was left was a 76mm gun lying in a puddle of melted aluminium. Turned out that the wires for the low fuel warning gizmo inside the fuel tank weren't insulated where they exited the fuel tank. Cue massive modification of all Scorpions.

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Phoenix wrote:
AJGalaxy2012 wrote:
The older vehicles are definitely not induction motors nor are they hall effect on level either. One of my sons cars melted the insulation on the pump wire inside the tank, that one was a brushed motor.

OK, I'll qualify that, anything that's from this century, my previous comment is correct. Possibly some older stuff as well, I think the Discovery 1&2 had Hall effect level sensors.

The majority of vehicles on the road with in tank fuel pumps have brushed motors, only very recent vehicles have gone to brushless motors.

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