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Land Rover Discovery, Land Rover Discovery Series II, Audio, Entertainment System, Navigation System, Performance Mods, SUV
#4737 of 5002 Low Pressure Fuel System Sensor Circuit
Dec 21, 2007 (12:21 pm)
I got a P2539 code on my 2001 Disco II today. My regular mechanic said I have a coolant leak that they don't have the equipment to get to, but suggested that I watch the level and add coolant when necessary since it's a small leak. He didn't know how much the dealer would charge to fix it.
When I put the P2539 code into RepairSolutions database, it took me to the Land Rover technical information (for $9.99) and the dealer specs say I have a possible Trickle Valve leak.
Does anyone know if I'm looking at a $3,000 plus repair job?
Whenever our regular mechanic can't fix something, I always figure it's an expensive job.
#4739 of 5002 Re: 96' discovery not starting [g0000056]
Dec 21, 2007 (10:55 pm)
Hei, you really were walopping in the dirt?
I would have cleaned the car with pressurised water underneath. Then hook up with a 12 volt booster and see if you can get it working
The clicking is probably from the alarm wiring/security, because that is situated partly behind /undeneath the glovebox,
I do not understand why thr battery should be flat, but if you used the winch repeatedly without running the engine and having a short drive after wards...
But it is easy checking the battery. Put on the headlights and start (try) if the lights dissapear Ok then your battery is flat.
#4741 of 5002 2001 Landrover Disco ii ABS, TC, and Hill Decent Lights
Dec 25, 2007 (10:20 am)
The ABS, TC, and Hill Decent lights have come on in my 2001 disco ii. I have had the rear brake pads replaced and all the tires rotated recently. I did not have the rotors resurfaced. The sqeeling noise from the new pads went away after a few days, but the three warning lights (ABS, TC, and Hill Decent) and my check engine light are now on. Any suggestions as to what it might be?
#4743 of 5002 Re: 2001 Landrover Disco ii ABS, TC, and Hill Decent Lights [2001disco11tx]
Dec 25, 2007 (7:08 pm)
Any suggestions as to what it might be?
On the tech-oriented LR boards your problem is known as "The Three Amigos" . The issue has a number of causes. Many Disco owners simply have the dealer reset the lights and they will stay off for a year or more. In other cases a more elaborate fix is required. Here's a helpful article concerning the problem.
#4744 of 5002 Re: 2004 discovery landrover [abutoma]
Dec 26, 2007 (10:03 am)
Im sorry i am bearly getting back 2 u. Do you think checker or auto zone would have the copper paste? I appreciate your help. Ty
#4745 of 5002 Re: 2001 Landrover Disco ii ABS, TC, and Hill Decent Lights [roadburner]
Dec 26, 2007 (3:43 pm)
Thanks for the info.!!!! I'll let you know what the outcome is.
#4746 of 5002 Re: 2004 discovery landrover [rovergirl]
Dec 26, 2007 (10:47 pm)
Sorry, that is a question I cannot answer. In my parts of the world there is no Checker neither is there any Auto Zone.
Where in the world is your abode?
Copper paste is used quite extensively used Here is what is said:
"Renolit copper pasteHigh temperature copper anti-seize paste.Lubricates up to 1100C.For the assembly and disassembly of threads, linkages, brakes etc.
High temperature copper anti-seize paste"
Try googling for it and I am sure You can find it.
And hope your Christmas was fine and that 2008 will be THE year for you and yours.