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Freelander 1 Dash Lights

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by ivancrx, Oct 3, 2021.

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    ivancrx Well-Known Member

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    As some may have seen I have done quite a bit to my 2006 Freelander TD4 to try and keep it well for many years to come.

    I have removed all the hubs cleaned them and replaced the wheel bearings in them, on starting it up fir the first time I now have more lights on the dashboard than a tree at Christmas (Well our normal 3 friends), is it likely these will reset on there own when I drive it again or am I going to have to get a code scanner on it to reset things?

    Could really do without spending on a code scanner at the moment as I have spent best part of £1000 on the thing over the past month :oops:.
     
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    Plugged all your ABS sensors in correctly?
    Got the bearings in the right way around?
    Damaged an ABS Cable by accident?
    Code read would reveal why it isn't happy, but as you have touched the ABS I'd start there !
     
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    I had to replace one sensor, but the rest I didn’t have any problem with. The bearings have gone in the same way as the old ones came out, rubber side to the rear.
     
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    Check replacement is plugged in, maybe clean pins. Then, it's code read time. Shame you are not nearer to me. I bought a delphi clone for about £30. Better than my icarsoft.
     
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    Don’t want to sell me the iCarsoft

    I expect it will need to go on a reader to save the guessing.
     
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