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Bought a cheap L322 Supercharged with issues

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by wack61, Aug 6, 2022 at 3:07 AM.

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  1. wack61

    wack61 Well-Known Member

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    Good news, it was registered a week before the ved doubled
    Bad news, HDC inactive ,abs and check engine on

    100% genuine guy selling it , selling due to illness , says all the lights came on at the same time, it drives normally , he's driving it 2 hours to meet me in Glasgow on tuesday. Says if the lights weren't on you wouldn't know there was anything wrong with it
    Abs sensor has been suggested
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    He's also had to sell his yacht
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    In the last 16 months its had 4 pirelli tyres, new brakes all round an alternator and servicing totally just over 2k
    I've got an autel pro scanner , not sure how far that'll get me though
     
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    Thats a cracker Wack-been following this on auto****e. What a lovely colour!!!!
     
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    Nice smart looking motor the faults may well be due to low voltage if it has not been used much due to illness, first job test the battery.
     
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    Hi Great looking SC and ditto, check that battery for full charge before doing anything else. The low voltage will light everything up and trigger a whole bunch of messages. If they’re still on with a full charge do the battery disconnect sequence it worked for me.
    Tricky :)
     
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    wack61 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks
    I've got a 220 mile drive home when I get it , if that doesn't do it I'll put the battery on the ctec for a day then give the battery reset another go
     
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    He's even had it washed ready for me to pick up
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    Nice colour, just needs a bit of mud to look like a proper 4 x 4:rolleyes::D:D:D
     
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    Looks good but if it’s been washed you should take a look in the boot tyre well to make sure the air compressor isn’t swimming like mine was every time it was jet washed. Trust your 220 mile journey went well, plenty of time for any potential water ingress to puddle in the boot or front carpets lol. Fingers crossed no water and thousands of dry happy miles ahead.
    Tricky :)
     
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    First job is to straighten the front number plate !

    It not Epsom Green, it's the other shade which I forget but some call puddle green.
     
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    Boat looks nice too! Any idea which sort it is? something beginning with D. Any ideas @Datatek? I have a feeling I saw one recently when searching for something similar!
     
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    The name on the side is Rhapsody, there are several different models, I don't recognise that one, I think it's quite old.
     
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    Thought you'd know! ("Starts with a "D", no, a very fancy "R"!!!!!)
    It looks to me as if the rubbing strake is wood, but I could be wrong. Seems quite well maintained though. ;)
    Had a poke about. Rhapsody 34 maybe?
     
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    I didn't know, I just read the name on the side:cool:
     
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    I tried to blow the image up a bit to be able to read it and, as I thought it started with a D, thought it might have been a Dufour.:rolleyes:
    Couldn't get the image clear enough for my rubbish eyesight!
     
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