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Q: Transfer Case Neutral/High Range on 2004 Land Rover Range Rover

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I'm having an issue with my Range Rover, weather I'm driving or parked my truck beeps and gives me an message that the transfer case neutral or high range, it's been giving me this message since my car was in an accident in August of "07": I brought it back to the authorize repair shop on numerous ocassion that fixed my truck but they still can't find what this message is relating too.

Please help, this beeping is driving me crazy!!!
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If your Range Rover is functioning correctly, which it sounds like it is, then it is most likely a mis-adjusted ( often happens in an accident ) or defective transfer case mode switch. You can have this switch scanned to see how well it is adjusted. Best of Luck!
First, the shop needs to KNOW what is wrong, not 'maybe this or maybe that'. That is what they get paid to do. I can' t see why a switch would cost $1000 used. That seems absurd to me. Why wasn't this properly repaired after the accident? Is this a body shop? If so, they are not really equipped to do diagnostic mechanical work. Find a better shop who can give you precise answers. No more 'maybe this, maybe that'. This is playing a guessing game with YOUR check book.

Thanks, but the repair shop said it might be the solinoid switch on transfer case, but I'm not mechanically incline, so I don't know if this is correct or not but after paying my deductable, I asumed this would be cover, but he offered that we could purchase a used one for about $1000 or so that we would have to split, hmmmmm! sound fishy I think!
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