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Tailgate door not opening
Hi there. A malfunctioning tailgate handle seems to be your issue. There is linkage connected to the handle that releases the locking mechanism to your latch. A broken linkage or handle can cause this issue. A mechanic, such as one...
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Coolant leak
The two most common coolant leaks on this vehicle that other owners have encountered are the radiator and water pump. I recommend you have a mechanic, like ones from YourMechanic, to inspect your car for the coolant leak issue.
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When should the timing belt be changed in this vehicle?
Hello. Land Rovers are no more prone to issues than any other type of vehicle if they are maintained properly. However because of the exotic and luxurious nature of Land Rover vehicles, the parts and service of regular maintenance and...
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Rough idling
Hello. This could be caused by a variety of things. It could be that your spark plugs or coil packs are misfiring. This means that the coil pack is not sending the proper electricity to the spark plug. It could...
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Car hesitates when accelerating, plus lurches & stalls
When faults are intermittent such as this, they can be much harder to diagnose. Especially if they do not leave a code of some sort. A few different components can cause this fault. The most likely would be a fuel...
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After accelerating, car has clunking sound from transmission
Hi there. This is not an uncommon fault. The most likely causes would be low transmission fluid, a shift solenoid, transmission mounts, or a drive shaft. Your best bet may be to have a qualified professional, such as one from...
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Large water leak causing electrical problems & multiple other issues
Hello there. It sounds like you have a few different malfunctions going on. The most serious would be the leak from the sunroof. The most likely cause is the sunroof seal or a failed sunroof assembly. With this leak continuing,...
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Air compressors and air suspension fail
This is a common fault that is found with vehicles that have air suspension. Though the compressors were most likely bad the first time, there is another problem causing them to fail. The most common would be a leak in...
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After several different repair jobs, SUV still veers to right
Many different issues can cause the vehicle to have a directional pull. The most likely would be a failing tire, alignment or failed suspension components. 4-wheel alignments should last about a year after they have been performed for keeping the...
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Lots of squealing from engine. I have been told idle pulley bad. Mechanic out of town. Should I drive car? Land Rover LR3
It would be recommended not to drive the vehicle until it is looked at by a certified mechanic. If the [idler pulley])(https://www.yourmechanic.com/services/idler-pulley-replacement) were to fail, the drive belt would be unable to spin the water pump and cause an overheating...
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Stalling,bad fuel mileage,won't start without Acceleration, rough idling.
This may be related to a couple of different things. I would recommend checking the idle air control valve/module which works similar to the MAF sensor in that it regulates air intake as it is mixed with fuel prior to...
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Suspension light lit up, what does it neans
Hi there: In most cases when the suspension light is triggered on a Land Rover, it's triggered by a fault in the traction control system or that a sensor within the front end suspension has detected an electrical or mechanical...
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Replaced ECU Integrated Transfer Case Board, how much will it cost to reprogram it?
Hey there, thanks for writing in about your 2006 Land Rover LR3. Unfortunately, this is a specialized service only available through Land Rover service centers, and not a cost estimate readily available to us here at YourMechanic. I recommend requesting...

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