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P38A Eka

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by pete12345, Dec 15, 2019.

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  1. pete12345

    pete12345 Well-Known Member

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    the old girls been playing up again I keep loosing sync with the key fob tried unlocking the car with it and no joy then when I get in engine immobilised until I put the eka in with the nanocom I've noticed the rear off side door not unlocking when the others start working again not sure I've relevant but get a eas fault aswell as nearside of car dropping as per usual thanks in advance 1999 4.6 vogue
     
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    If you have a Nanocom, turn off EKA and the Immobiliser in the BECM and you will be able to operate the car just using the key blade if necessary.
    One side dropping will be a leak.
     
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    Mine was immobilized when a rear door lock had jammed shut. Had to jump the door lock with a lawnmower battery and then the eka mobilized the car. :eek:
     
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    pete12345 Well-Known Member

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    Thanks chaps checked the dropping on nanocom it saying front left sensor out of range once the immobilisation problem is sorted and I check the heights it levels itself up again oh hope all ok with the water problem at your house data I seen the pictures
     
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    Thanks for asking Pete, the house never floods. Twas a bit exciting the first time though a week after I moved in:eek:
     
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    Quick update on car seems to run ok all air bags staying up stop with engine running and both nearside bags deflate switch off then back on clear faults that saying front sensor out of range start up and it all goes up again will check for leaks when get home at wkend any more suggestions appreciated
     
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    You've soldered the connector behind passenger a-post? Check sensor output is smooth across range. Might be a worn spot.
     
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    Quick update car not been used all week started up and air bags went straight up and stayed up so proper lost now will check all the heights in morning see I've the bags have stayed up
     
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    Sorry grrrrr no I've not soldered any connectors behind a post
     
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    The block connectors corrode, its a job ive got to do on the black one,already done the red one. Worth a look at.
     
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    Is that the connections behind the a posts I thought they were white
     
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    They are white, Alan`s talking about his two p38`s black v8 red diesel:D
     
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    I thought he was talking about.... Oooooh... OK then.... :p
     
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    Oh cheers I forgot about the colours of his cars
     
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    Sorry Pete I was talking about my P38's one black 4.6 LPG and one red 2.5 diesel.:D
     
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    The log refers to its speed of movement?

    Or is this the tree-hugger version with biomass generator and flux capacitor?
     
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    Ha,ha,well spotted J edited to avoid confusion especially for me.:D
     
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    he easily gets confused ??? aldi whisky ??? ha ha ha x
     
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    Tesco cheaper for a better quality whisky, M&S for cakes if I liked them.:p
     
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    Chinese Whisky produced by prisoners?
     
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