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arc unit repair on 2007 sport

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by ozzyboy, Jun 14, 2014.

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  1. ozzyboy

    ozzyboy Active Member

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    just been under the car to find an oil leak coming from the active roll control unit
    are these repairable
    the light has not come on as yet
     
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    Saint.V8 Dyed-in-the-wool 100% RR Junkie

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    Hate to point you to another forum but try RRSPORT.CO.UK &bull; Index as they are more knowledgeable on the later sport models
     
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    Bar isnt repairable as far as I am aware a new unit is required I bet its the rear as they are more prone to leaking
     
  4. ozzyboy

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    yeah
    your right its the rear one
    thanks lads
     
  5. matt1987

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    Be prepared for a bill at main dealer for 1500 to 2000
     
  6. ozzyboy

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    ouch
    i will be doing everything possible to avoid this one
    im lead to believe it could be just the o ring on the pipe

    i live in hope
    :pound:
     
  7. matt1987

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    You get two pipes that go onto the body which feeds the fluid to the bar, ive never seen it leak there generally the o ring on the pipes are ok unless they have been removed and disturbed, its more likely to be the bar where it leaves the body, crawl underneath and look at the ns of the arc unit where it exits the body and it will be leaking there. Its a 3 hour job if you know what your doing and you need to split the body from the chassis to remove and fit it.
     
  8. ozzyboy

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    This sounds like fun
     
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    It aint no diy job unless u got a ramp and big tramission jacks/supports
     
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