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Recommendation for D2 owners

Discussion in 'Land Rover Discovery' started by sierrafery, Apr 10, 2012.

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  1. MJI

    MJI Well-Known Member

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    I can do D2 switch replacement.

    £10 PM me this includeds recorded delivery back to you within UK. Switches are slightly better spec than original.

    Done a few, including mine.
     
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    MJI Well-Known Member

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    Switches are NOT that cheap and I have to bulk buy them
     
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    Hi people's, hope i'm on the right thread here, It's an intermittent fault I seem to have. Sometimes the fob works the doors and the key starts the car then over times it doesn't. New battery in fob but still the same problem, I plugged Hawkeye in, but truth is I'm no good with it. Checked the security signal which was flashing between low and high strength. Don't know if I was on the right path checking that. Just wondering if its the fob or receiver or something else, cant understand why sometimes it works and other times it doesn't. Any help would be greatly appreciated.
     
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    best to start yo own thread :)
     
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    Good advice! Just need to find someone with a nanocom in Orkney
     
  6. mad85

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    thanks for the advise. asked a local land rover specialist to set it up that way but instead he completely switched off the alarm and immobiliser. Obviously this is something he never did... how can i 'direct' him into doing it the proper way... ie alarm and immobilizer stays on, but can be deactivated from the key?
     
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    What kind of ''specialist" is that then? :confused:

    the "Always disarm with key..." option is under the "Alarm disarm" settings... if he switched off the alarm/immobiliser it means he went into "Alarm" settings and disabed it with option "not fitted"
     
  8. mad85

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    well, the only specialist around with a nanocom :)

    thanks for the great info, as always.
     
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    On nanocom the "always disarm with key" option is simply "Always" near the "Alarm disarm" line and the others on that page should be Alarm - Fitted, Alarm option - Enabled (not like in the image)
    nanocom alarm.jpg
     
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    Hallo Sierrafery, what’s the condition because the plip fail? I’ve this condition mainwhile on my disco. Thanks for your reply, best regards, Claudio from Italy
     
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