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  1. Cadnant1962

    Cadnant1962 New Member

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    Hi everyone.
    I recently bought two Land Rover vehicles - his and hers. His, Range Rover L322 Vogue 2006 TD6; hers, Freelander facelift 2006 TD4. Though I’m not sure I’ve got them the right way round there. From the advice I’ve read here and the links members have made available I’ve solved some issues and problems that had me scratching my head a bit. Someone has always had the same problem and solved it. So thanks to all whose advice I’ve taken advantage of so far.

    Can anyone recommend a good (but sub £100) OBD II reader and reset tool. For the above cars.

    Cheers all

    Cadnant 1962
     
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    Turboman Rural Activist

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    Welcome to LZ. :)

    I don't think cheap OBD readers work well on Range Rovers. I would try posting about that in the RR section.

    https://www.landyzone.co.uk/forum/range-rover.10/
     
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    dieseldog69 Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    Welcome to the mad house ;)

    Do yourself a favour, save about another £400 and add it to the £100 and buy the best reader on the market, you won't regret it, you will regret buying a cheapo knockoff one that doesn't have the necessary functions or service backup that you might just need.

    A smart little fella on ere knows just the tool you need @gstuart will be along shortly to advise on the OBD2 reader that you need.
     
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    gstuart D3 Grandad

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    lol, ur have to tell my brain it’s smart , snigger

    indeed , the gap iid is the way to go for the rangie , superb tool and god knows they pay for them selves very quickly

    https://www.gap-diagnostic.com/products/iidtool/

    for the TD4 i used a hawkeye , gap iid won’t work on it

    agree, cheap readers are a waste of time , plse don’t ask how i know, lol
     
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