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Disco 3 (LR3) Electrical issues

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by Jumpy, Nov 22, 2020.

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  1. Jumpy

    Jumpy New Member

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    For quite a long time I had water ingress into the driver’s side of my 2005 Discovery 3, In and out of Land Rover for investigation, they re-silicone the driver’s door seal and checked the sunroof drain, all to no avail.

    During the first lockdown, I took matters into my own hands and re-sealed the driver’s door seal using automotive silicone and also applied it around the bottom end of the sunroof drain. Job done, water stopped.

    That was until the satnav display stopped working, shortly followed by the radio, blowers, heated seats, and then a couple of days later the electric sunroof. In fact, the only things working on the middle console are the door lock/unlock, hazards, parking sensors DSC and 12 v power sockets.

    I’ve checked the fuses behind the glovebox, and all seem okay, carried out a hard reset and changed the battery.

    So, has anyone got an idea as to what it could be? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    lynall Well-Known Member

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    I have no idea! but would start with trying to find the D3 wiring diagram online (available on the d3forum) and trying to see what links all them circuits together, maybe an ign powered relay in the under bonnet fuse box!
     
  3. Nodge68

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    I'd run a full systems diagnostic, and see what codes come up.
     
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