Land Rover Problems
RepairPal has identified the most common problems for 9 Land Rover models based on complaints from actual vehicle owners. We'll tell you what the problem is and what it'll take to fix it.
A sticking windshield wiper switch can cause a delay in wiper operation, especially in cold weather.
The air suspension inactive message may be displayed with fault code 41 stored. Our technicians tell us the air suspension electronic control unit (ECU) software should be updated prior to attempting to diagnose this concern.
The sunroof may jam due to broken guides. Replacing the guides and seal will generally correct this concern.
The fuel gauge may read incorrectly due to a failed fuel sending unit inside the fuel tank. Failed sending units should be replaced to restore proper fuel gauge operation.
The intake manifold can leak coolant externally, however it is not typically due to a gasket failure. The intake manifold bolts tend to come loose and need to be replaced/updated.
A failed vehicle height sensor can cause deactivation of the air suspension.
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.
Internal failure of the rear cargo door latch can cause the door to not open when using the outside door handle.
Various faults may occur with the air suspension system. Cold weather conditions may result in low Battery voltage and/or the pressure relief valve may freeze open, resulting in loss of air pressure and damaged to the rear air springs, requiring spring replacement. Faults with a sticking pressure switch, pressure sensor, or electronic control unit can cause the air suspension warning lamp to illuminate.
If you experience hard shifting or a delay in shifting, this may be caused by outdated transmission control module software. Updated software is available that may correct shifting issues.