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2001 4.6 Vogue Range Rover
NEWEST - Accidently bought this at a knockdown price due to an overheating engine. Dropped in a brand new 4.6 engine and now my daily runner

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 think thats enough green Rovers now (plus a red one, and a blue one...)

think thats enough green Rovers now (plus a red one, and a blue one...)

 from engines to amps - decided to dismantle the rear subwoofer to find out why it didn't woof...

from engines to amps - decided to dismantle the rear subwoofer to find out why it didn't woof...

 after much testing, concluded this micro-relay wasn't switching - so removed it from the amplifier board

after much testing, concluded this micro-relay wasn't switching - so removed it from the amplifier board

 cut it open and found some corrosion

cut it open and found some corrosion

 found a similar one at maplins

found a similar one at maplins

 soldered it back in

soldered it back in

 and then connected it all back up and it worked - fixed for under 2....

and then connected it all back up and it worked - fixed for under 2....

 seeing as it wont be this clean or tidy again, some pics of it in the sun (and on the lawn...)

seeing as it wont be this clean or tidy again, some pics of it in the sun (and on the lawn...)

 bargain ebay wheels now fitted to replace the corroded originals

bargain ebay wheels now fitted to replace the corroded originals

 not sure of the parking spot on the front lawn though

not sure of the parking spot on the front lawn though

 brand new steering column found on ebay for a very good price

brand new steering column found on ebay for a very good price

 digging down to remove the old one which was giving a lot of vibration

digging down to remove the old one which was giving a lot of vibration

 discovered the sliding splines in the centre of the old one were worn - fitted the new one and all fine now

discovered the sliding splines in the centre of the old one were worn - fitted the new one and all fine now

 came in useful in the early November snow in Aberdeenshire

came in useful in the early November snow in Aberdeenshire

 there is a road in there somewhere

there is a road in there somewhere

 drift bashing

drift bashing

 dismantling the light stalk to investigate why headlamp flasher not working

dismantling the light stalk to investigate why headlamp flasher not working

 that black rectangular'ish bit in the middle should push the white bit up to press the silver switches on the circuit board - but doesn't as worn

that black rectangular'ish bit in the middle should push the white bit up to press the silver switches on the circuit board - but doesn't as worn

 so glued some white plastic on it and all works well again.

so glued some white plastic on it and all works well again.

 took the roof rail trim and top screen finisher off to investigate why rain water in roof lining, door pillar and footwell

took the roof rail trim and top screen finisher off to investigate why rain water in roof lining, door pillar and footwell

 and found this hole in the seam-sealer letting water run in. Quick bit of sealant and all is well again (once i've dried everything out inside...)

and found this hole in the seam-sealer letting water run in. Quick bit of sealant and all is well again (once i've dried everything out inside...)

 checking the lpg system as switching back to petrol on full load and throwing Lambda lean codes

checking the lpg system as switching back to petrol on full load and throwing Lambda lean codes

 old laptop monitoring the lambdas

old laptop monitoring the lambdas

 all looks ok at below 2000 rpm

all looks ok at below 2000 rpm

 but they both flat-line lean over 2000 rpm

but they both flat-line lean over 2000 rpm

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