In The Garage
My bride and my son, but not Francis the Labrador,
have long complained about the inability to open the right front passenger's
door from the
inside easily. I was prepared for having to replace a latch, which requires
significant dismantling, only to find out that the inner latch handle
is slotted and secured with a pair of sheet metal screws. Loosening the
screws, sliding the assembly and tightening it up made everybody, except
the dog, much happier.
2002 & 2003 Freelanders and Discovery II
Vehicles equipped with Becker Navigation / Audio system may experience a condition known as "Blank Screen Syndrome" causing your radio not to work. There is a way for you to restore operation of your radio and navigation system. The procedure is to press the "ON" button and then simultaneously press and hold the "TP" button and the multifunction buttons "1" & "3" and hold for several seconds. Your radio should now be working. There is a software upgrade to correct this condition. Land Rover sent out new software on CD to owners with instructions on loading back in 6/2003. If you haven't received this contact your local retailer for assistance.
Master Tech. & Shop Foreman @ Land Rover Willow Grove
|R.O.V.E.R.S. (ROVERS Club ) is an incorporated Land Rover club (Series Land Rover, Range Rover, Defender , Discovery and Freelander) serving the Mid-Atlantic region (including Pennsylvania, Maryland, Delaware and New Jersey). Membership is open to all Land Rover enthusiasts. The club plans and participates in off-road events, picnic, rallies, car shows and shop days. We also publish a newsletter The Fairlead six times a year.|