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L322 Ooooh I'm tempted

Discussion in 'Range Rover' started by EntropyUK, Dec 8, 2018.

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  1. EntropyUK

    EntropyUK Active Member

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    Seen an 03 4.4 L322 on the bay as a non runner. Its described as "There is an engine fault, not diagnosed". Its only a couple of miles away so easy to get home and going for a few hundred notes. Hoping to have a look tomorrow. Is there an easy way to identify if its an immobiliser issue? Does the immobiliser cut the power to the fuel pump when cranking?

    I have read a lot of SaintV8's warnings on the complexity of these beasts. Given the cost of it, it could give a healthy return though.
     
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    biketeacherdave Well-Known Member

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    Send me the link I have a look see for you
     
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    Found it, tbh if it was his pride and John why don't he fix it ?????
     
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    Don't worry, the bidding is now more than I would pay for a punt. I'll still have a look at it so I can keep an eye on it. If the buyer lets him down again I'll give him an offer. That's how I got my P38 so might work.
     
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    Sounds really suspect. esp as it cannot be driven away.
    Either it is seized, or the transmission is ferked.
     
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    @holidaychicken have you seen this one. If it wasnt black I'd be tempted to watch it, just in case it didn't go too high ;)
     
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    Is there a link I’m missing
     
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    It does feel a bit suspect as he's reluctant for me to see it. I said 10am tomorrow and he said that it was too close to the end of the auction which ends at 1pm. I left a msg say to CTC me if the deal falls through.
     
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    They sell hundreds of cars ,Ive not looked at their feedback though
     
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    Is that in reply to mine? Did I give you the right link? Nice black s/c , sitting at just over £1k at the moment.
     
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    That was a general reply about that seller but I ND”d and missed out some words, I’ve edited my post.
    Is a nice SC in black, what is wrong with it?
     
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    It's black!! :D
     
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    Just looked at feedback. Quite a few 'not as deacribed' . I've never seen so many neutral feedbacks that look like they should be negative.
     
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    Wouldn't mind having that one..

    Gutting the motor and building something special ;)
     
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    It would have to be something very special, I think you would have to gut out all the electronics as well if you even used non OEM dust caps :)
     
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