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shmoogle



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Post #197712 Thu Nov 27 2008 11:56am
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Snowski



Member Since: 13 Apr 2009
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Netherlands 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Cairns Blue

Prefect...works like a charm. I used an old plastic card (like a credit card) from the DVD rental place instead, works also.

Trick is to stick two fingers trough the grating and pull while you jiggle the card in and around until you hear the cilck.

Thanks alot, great tip! Thumbs Up

Post #225701 Sat May 16 2009 4:55pm
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RobP



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United Kingdom 2007 Range Rover Sport TDV8 HSE Java Black

Nice tip. Made the job so much easier Thumbs Up Thumbs Up TDV8 now with extra grin factor thanks to Alive Tunning

Post #230698 Tue Jul 14 2009 10:10am
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SkyWalker



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Netherlands 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Adriatic Blue

After i had changed my grill, now i also got the SC style vents.

Good instructions. Thanks!

3 minutes..done!

Used an old thin type of CC.

SW


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Post #238423 Tue Sep 29 2009 9:52am
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k11ngc



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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Java Black
Great pic's Now do you have the same for solid door handle

Great pic's Now do you have the same for solid door handle removal PLEASE
I have been asking any body and every body how to do it ? do you need to take door pad off? or simply pull it off from the outside with the help of a cord tied around the spring or something? then it slots out ? Please help b4 I break something? Stephen Hughes

Post #244903 Wed Dec 09 2009 10:12am
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SkyWalker



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Netherlands 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Adriatic Blue

K11,

Saw on your (now removed) message and it's gallery, your car ready to be colour coded.

Looks sad indeed, but the result will be awesome.

I noticed the pics of your new wheels ready to be put under the car.

Your gonna sell your old 10 spokes?

I would be very interested in those. Whistle

If so, please, send me an PM

Good luck with the car.

SW

Post #245083 Fri Dec 11 2009 8:17am
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ivery819



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K11ngc

Re :Door handle removal
see here:
http://rangerovers.net/forum/viewtopic.php...val#p66830

Read the whole topic for handy hints and tips !
Good luck!

Post #245320 Sun Dec 13 2009 11:11pm
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tornado34



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2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Zambezi Silver

ivery819

Great write up and photo path.

I just did this on my RRS (used a thin credit card as someone suggested) and it worked a treat - no damage whatsoever and took 30 seconds a side.

Definately the route to go for removal in my book - cheers Thumbs Up

Post #250682 Tue Jan 19 2010 9:04pm
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jed.w



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Great! I was just going to ask this.

jed.w Cool SDV6 HSE Sport2 - Santorini Black, Ebony Interior, Pano Roof, Things I haven't found yet!

TDV6 HSE, Java Black, Black Premium Leather, Privacy, LR Side Steps, Smoked Side Repeaters, SC Vents and lots of toys!

Post #290530 Sun Feb 27 2011 6:48pm
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cerberuz



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United Kingdom 2012 Range Rover Sport 3.0 TDV6 HSE Santorini Black

I'll hopefully be doing this when I collect the Sport..

Post #294662 Fri Apr 01 2011 2:20pm
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jed.w



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Excellent! Took me 3 minutes! Thumbs Up

jed.w Cool SDV6 HSE Sport2 - Santorini Black, Ebony Interior, Pano Roof, Things I haven't found yet!

TDV6 HSE, Java Black, Black Premium Leather, Privacy, LR Side Steps, Smoked Side Repeaters, SC Vents and lots of toys!

Post #294785 Sat Apr 02 2011 2:47pm
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harrygh60



Member Since: 16 Nov 2011
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England 2010 Range Rover Sport 3.0 TDV6 HSE Fuji White

ivery819 tip on removal of side vent. I am glad it was left on the posting as i found it very useful. Its easy when you know where and how the fixings are applied. Like with the front grill. Release the top clips, and use brute strength to pull bottom of grill outwards. If you dont know you are affraid of breaking something. Big Cry itisme

Post #322065 Tue Nov 22 2011 9:06am
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RRSNorway



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Norway 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Zermatt Silver

Anyone got a guide for removing the interior vents? No luck online or youtube:( im getting them repinted from silver to black. Seems like there is something holding them in place ontop under the dash??

Post #336397 Tue Mar 13 2012 4:25pm
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babylin



Member Since: 26 Mar 2012
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Wow! This is a great tip. With good sets of pictures!
I think you should post more tips. Thanks a lot!

Post #337887 Mon Mar 26 2012 5:22pm
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