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scorpio



Member Since: 08 Jul 2005
Location: London
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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 SE Rimini Red
changing head light direction for europe

at last, after many trials, I have at last found out how to change headlights for european travel,. Book says remove grill, and then remove each headlight assembly.Sorry book, but you are using a sledge hammer to crack a walnut. did it just now, took about 1 minute max !!!!!!! to do both lights.
Can anybody tell me if the perimetric alarm is fitted to my rimini red se??.
list says it is fitted to all models, and i have the roof box fitted, but locked car with window open, waived arm around inside , and guess what , nothing hapened. help on this please

Post #1069 Wed Jul 20 2005 8:07pm
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grommet



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Off topic, eh?

The Land Rover "perimetric" alarm is just a door/hatch trigger... a "perimeter" alarm. If you have "interior space protection", there should be an additional box mounted on your headliner with sensors. Is what what you mean by "roof box"? If so, yes you have it... if superlocked, it should trigger.

We don't get interior sensors (or a tilt sensor) in North America on any RRS or LR3 trims... not sure about UK.

Post #1070 Wed Jul 20 2005 8:18pm
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scorpio



Member Since: 08 Jul 2005
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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 SE Rimini Red
interior space protection

yes that is what i meant to write, have the roof alarm box fitted but tried to test it by locking door with window open .
possibly it will not arm with window open ??
do not really want to break window to test Idea

Post #1071 Wed Jul 20 2005 8:35pm
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grommet



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Are you Superlocked? You shouldn't be able to open the door from the inside if Superlocked.

Actually, that should be a good test... superlock yourself in and just try moving around inside with the windows closed. No need to break a window. Very Happy

Post #1072 Wed Jul 20 2005 8:42pm
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NeilR



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Hi scorpio

So how do you do the lights then

Cheers Neil 2010 RRS TDV8 Overfinch GTS

Post #1074 Wed Jul 20 2005 9:09pm
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scorpio



Member Since: 08 Jul 2005
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United Kingdom 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 SE Rimini Red
changinglight direction

Neilr,
Look behind the main headlight cluster, (without removing the grill ) you will see a large black disc, like a coffee jar lid.
give it a small half turn to remove.
inside the cluster you will see a small silver box with the electric warning sign on it., same as shown in book. To the right of this is a small black lever which you flip down for continental driving., do same on other side.
Literally takes seconds.

Post #1102 Thu Jul 21 2005 6:21pm
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