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08 D3 stranded with a seized smoking wheel314 viewsAbout 1 hr after replacing the blown tyre, strange noises emanated from the stability control system and speed dropped off. Then I looked in the rear view mirror, and noted a cloud of dust along with a whiff of black smoke. This led to a very quick stop (no traffic on this route for over a week, so no worries about having to signal exiting the road). Took a look and WOW. The right rear wheel was glowing a dull red colour, and burning rubber smoke was wafting from the red glow over the fuel lines.
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18 Brake "repairs" finished at sunset293 viewsWe just finished the repair at sunset and were driving slowly with 3 brakes. Oddly the D3 didn\'t behave any differently at 50 km/hr than it did normally. We had 4 instances of hitting the (3) skids for kangaroos before arriving in Wilcannia 3 hrs later. The brake light warning was making very distinctive noises and flashing randomly, though.
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HAmsters landrover143 viewsV8 4.2Ltr ..... what a noise!
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Spesial message, diff noise166 views
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Jeep Commander, Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado155 viewsA 5.7 litre V8 330bhp POS!
When you plant the throttle, engine noise just gets louder, nothing else happens!
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Air Suspension ECU Fuse 35P cut off switch.3397 viewsThis shows the SPST rocker switch mounted in the blank plate installed in lieu of a manual passenger side air bag shut down switch - now automatic via passenger seat pressure switch. Fuse 35P (5 amps) is located in the interior fuse box behind the lower glove box and protects the ignition power supply to the Air Suspension ECU. When the SPST switch is moved to the OFF position, the RAISE /LOWER switch on the centre console is not powered, and hence does not function. As such, some signals from the wheel height sensors and CPU are ignored. By itself however, removing F35P will probably not stop the 3 from self dropping, particularly after the engine is turned off.

Fuse F3E, (5 amps), located in the engine bay fuse box by the starting battery protects the circuit that provides feedback to the Air System ECU indicating that the Compressor Relay has successfully operated and that the Air Compressor is or should be operational, can also be removed, (but is probably not totally necessary), as it gets its power thru F26E. Hence Fuse F26E, (20 amp), also located in the engine compartment fuse box is the fuse that must be removed. This fuse protects the circuit that provides full time battery power to the Air System ECU. When in place, current thru the fuse powers the periodic re-levelling action, (usually lowering a bit with that brief air release noise), that often occurs when the vehicle is parked and the engine is off.

Removing F26E fuse will stop the auto levelling action and also inhibit any other down to the stops signals, (engine running or not). When F26E is removed, no power can flow thru to F3E, hence removing F3E is more for insurance than an absolute requirement. The same with F35P, removing F26E removes primary full time power from the Air Suspension ECU, and hence removing the F35P fuse should not really be required either as long as F26E has been removed.
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Replacement Bracket, LR part # RQU500064 for Air Compressor974 viewsThis is a jpg of an aluminum replacement air compressor bracket, Land Rover part number RQU500064. The three rubber noise isolators are to be removed from the old bracket and inserted in the new bracket.
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LRA415-001 - Technical Bulletin - Speaker Vibration or Rattle Noise Diagnosis83 views
LRA501-002_-_Technical_Bulletin_-_Windshield_Wiper_Noise,_Judder_or_Streaking_-_Cleaning_Procedure.pdf
LRA501-002 - Technical Bulletin - Windshield Wiper Noise, Judder or Streaking - Cleaning Procedure79 views
LTB00067_-_Technical_Bulletin_-_Chirp_Noise_on_Engine_Cold_Start_-_Repair_Procedure.pdf
LTB00067 - Technical Bulletin - Chirp Noise on Engine Cold Start - Repair Procedure75 views
LTB00102_-_Technical_Bulletin_-_Driveline_Clonk_Noise_after_Throttle_Release_Reapply_-_Repair_Procedure.pdf
LTB00102 - Technical Bulletin - Driveline Clonk Noise after Throttle Release Reapply - Repair Procedure83 views
LTB00103_-_Technical_Bulletin_-_Squeak_or_Squeal_Noise_After_Selecting_Recirculation.pdf
LTB00103 - Technical Bulletin - Squeak or Squeal Noise After Selecting Recirculation83 views
LTB00123_-_Technical_Bulletin_-_Front_Suspension_Knock_Noise_While_Driving_Straight_Ahead.pdf
LTB00123 - Technical Bulletin - Front Suspension Knock Noise While Driving Straight Ahead96 views
LTB00167_-_Technical_Bulletin_-_Stabilizer_Bar_Bushing_Knock_Noise.pdf
LTB00167 - Technical Bulletin - Stabilizer Bar Bushing Knock Noise86 views
LTB00176NAS1-2008seats.pdf
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LTB00205_-_Technical_Bulletin_-__Chirp__or__Squeal__Noise_from_Rear_Brakes.pdf
LTB00205 - Technical Bulletin - 'Chirp' or 'Squeal' Noise from Rear Brakes69 views
LTB00744_-_Rattling_Vibrating_Noise_From_Underneath_The_Vehicle_When_Driving_On_An_Uneven_Road_Surface___TOPIx.pdf
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Radio Noise Suppression Capacitor NNW502820587 viewsThis is the radio noise suppression capacitor, part number LR020488 (previous NNW502820), that is mounted underneath and near the transmission. It is powered by fuse 10 amp F30E in the engine compartment. If F30E blows, (the fuse that also powers the transmission ECU), the problem is probably caused by the failed capacitor, not the ECU. A quick fix is just to disconnect the capacitor and replace the fuse as nothing bad seems to immediately result.

The above radio noise capacitor is not to be confused with LR004160, the ignition noise capacitor which is located under the black plastic engine cover on the right hand side above the air intake towards the rear of the engine.

The ignition capacitor is held on with a single 8mm bolt and a three wire electrical connector. Replacing the ignition capacitor as a routine maintenance prevention action at 100,000 miles, 160,000 km), has merit. It is a do it yourself kind of thing and easier to get at than the radio capacitor underneath.
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Pattern for Expo Roof Rack Floor Sheet386 viewsI used a 3mm sheet of Aluminium - with 150mm wide Grip Tape to do the Chevron Patter to make it a bit safer. Note the sheet is 1610mm long, 1100mm wide at the front and 1060mm wide at the back. I drilled 3 rows of 5x 12mm holes - one row down the centre and one either side 30mm in from the edge. The hole centres being at 31mm from the front edge, next 420mm from 1st hole centre, the 375mm from 2nd hole, 372mm from 3rd hole, 375mm from 4th hole, leave 31mm to the back edge. Edited May 2008: I've subsequently cut the sheet in half lengthways to make removal and fitting easier as I found the sheet increasing noise and reduces MPG considerably.
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Transfer Box noise throughout the drive cycle.pdf
Transfer Box noise throughout the drive cycle89 views
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Radio Noise Filter Transmission Electronic Control Unit651 viewsThe jpg shows part number LR020488, a noise suppression capacitor located underneath on a bracket on the right side of the transmission forward of the selector shaft lever. The suppressor is connected to the transmission wiring harness and prevents solenoid operating noise affecting the audio system.

Failure of the capacitor is most often discovered as a result of either black smoke from below and or the blowing of 10 amp fuse F30E located in the engine compartment fuse box. This fuse protects the power circuit to the Transmission Engine Control Unit. When the fuse blows, the engine will still run however you have no gears, hence movement of the 3 is inhibited.

Anything over eight years in service is considered good capacitor life. If the capacitor does fail and fuse 30 blows, a quick fix is just to disconnect the capacitor and replace the fuse.

The capacitor might be missed by the DOT/FCC but the 3 does not seem to mind. With the filter disconnected, solenoid noise might be heard on some radio stations but at least the 3 would be in motion.
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