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A no start (no crank) condition can be caused by a weak battery. A defective ignition switch may also cause the same condition. Proper diagnoses of the problem will be necessary to perform the correct repair.

A sticky ignition switch can cause the ignition key to become stuck, and possibly break during operation.

One or more of the power windows may fail due to a worn window regulator. Replacement of the failed regulator should correct this problem.

Our technicians report the exterior door handles and Land Rover emblems tend to fade prematurely.

A sticking windshield wiper switch can cause a delay in wiper operation, especially in cold weather.

A hydraulic valve lifter "tick" type noise may be noted at high engine speed. This commonly caused by lack of oil to the lifters. Our technicians recommend following the recommended oil service intervals to help prevent this problem.

And exhaust leak may be caused by catalytic converter securing nuts coming loose.

A water leak may develop from the sunroof area. The is commonly caused by kinked or pinched sunroof drains. Our technicians tell us the drain tubes should be inspected and correctly routed to correct this issue.

A water leak may develop from the sunroof area. The is commonly caused by kinked or pinched sunroof drains. Our technicians tell us the drain tubes should be inspected and correctly routed to correct this issue.

A sticking thermostat can cause the engine cooling fans to operate even if they are not needed for cooling.

The automatic transmission may develop a problem with gear slippage because of worn clutch packs inside the transmission. Overhaul or replacement of the transmission will be necessary to correct this issue.

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.

An oil leak may develop at the front of the engine due to a leaking front crankshaft seal. Our technicians tell us a revised front crankshaft seal is available to correct this concern.

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 sunroof may jam due to broken guides. Replacing the guides and seal will generally correct this concern.