Land Rover LR2 Repair and Maintenance
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Land Rover LR2 ProblemsThe Engine May Idle Poorly After a Cold Start
The engine may idle poorly after a cold start, with fault codes P050B, P050E, and P061A stored in the engine control module (ECM). Our technicians tell us updated software is available for the ECM to correct this concern.
The adaptive lighting system may stop functioning along with illumination of the warning light. Our technicians tell us this can be caused if the system has lost the position of a stepper motor. A software update for the lighting system control module to correct this concern.
The parking brake may not hold because the cable is out of adjustment. Our technicians tell us that Adjusting the cable and burnishing the park brake shoes should correct this concern.
Land Rover LR2 QuestionsCar alarm goes off after being locked. Doesn't happen all of the time. Wrong? (1 answer)
The alarm locks the car but will sound the alarm after a few minutes. Does it just once them stops.
Any clues as to why?
A dealership has this vehicle for sale
It was great shape, need a winter vehicle so I can park my doge challenger for the winter
They were over priced on it started at 10
Got them to come down 1500
But the sunroof will not open
I said 8400 for it
They said 8800
And I walked
Land Rover LR2 RecallsFront Passenger Air Bag May Not Deploy
The occupant classification system may fail, causing unintended deactivation of the passenger air bag. Dealers will update the restraint control module (RCM) software free of charge to resolve the concern.
The brake calipers hold the brake pads in place and use hydraulic pressure to press the pads against the rotors when the brakes are applied. The bolts that hold the rear calipers in place may not have been sufficiently tightened during vehicle assembly. If the mounting bolts were to come loose, the caliper could detach from the vehicle resulting in loss of braking ability. The loose caliper could also strike the wheel, causing sudden deflation of a tire. Either of these situations may increase the risk of a crash. Land Rover dealers will inspect and tighten the rear brake caliper mounting bolts to correct this concern.
Landrover is recalling 2010–2011 LR2 models due to a shorting bar in the clockspring that may become disconnected when the driver's air bag module connector is installed. This may cause the driver's front air bag not to deploy as intended, increasing the risk of injury. Landrover will install a spacer in the electrical connector at fault to correct this issue.