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foxtrotzulu



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United Kingdom 2010 Range Rover Sport 3.0 TDV6 HSE Buckingham Blue
Red warning light - advice needed ASAP

Today I drove my 2010 RRS over a slightly bumpy track up on the Yorkshire moors. Nothing remotely serious, just a bit rattly. Next time I get in a series of messages come up advising me to stop the car and the engine. Red warning triangle on dash and in the centre of the dahs screen an image of a car seen end on and above it two arrows in opposit directions. Something to do with the vehicle leaning or rolling I assume. Can anyone advise what the warning really means. I can’t find any more info. Also, I really need to get back home to,orrow. The drive just involves trolling gently down the motorway for a couple of hours. Car seems to perform perfectly. Suspension seems to work ok too. No obvious roll. Any thoughts really appreciated.

Post #565143 Thu Sep 13 2018 11:36pm
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I expect you have a burst suspension pipe to the front ARC actuator

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Check your reservoir (front of vehicle, left side as you lift the bonnet). If it’s empty, you’ve lost the fluid and could destroy the pump (I’m told) if it’s low there may be a leek after the valve block. Seeing as you have a warning, it’s probably completely empty. 2012MY RRS 5.0 Supercharged Autobiography (Current)
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Post #565148 Fri Sep 14 2018 7:23am
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foxtrotzulu



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United Kingdom 2010 Range Rover Sport 3.0 TDV6 HSE Buckingham Blue

Turns out I had a broken pipe in the ACE system and complete loss of fluid. It's going to be a minimum of £700-800 to fix and a shed-load more if the pump is knackered as well. Happy days!

Thanks for all your help.

Post #565446 Wed Sep 19 2018 2:43pm
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