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Hocks172



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United Kingdom 2008 Range Rover Sport TDV8 HST Stornoway Grey
Grinding noise moving at low speed when cornering?

Hi all, I've got a problem that hopefully someone can help me with?
Intermittently when the steering is turned as I start to move there is a grinding noise coming from the rear wheel area of the car.
It's not there going striaght or at normal speeds only at low speed e.g. Below 20mph and always whilst turning?
Any help would be appreciated.
Sam

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JonD-RRS



Member Since: 15 Mar 2016
Location: Lancashire
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United Kingdom 2007 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Stornoway Grey

Rear brakes stuck?
EPB shoes?
Rear hub assembly maybe?

Does it grumble when you steer left and right? That may point to hub assembly

Post #517028 Tue Feb 07 2017 7:49pm
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Hocks172



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United Kingdom 2008 Range Rover Sport TDV8 HST Stornoway Grey

Well it's been into an independent specialist CR Allen, and it's been diagnosed as the e-diff actuator?
I'll update once the work has been done to replace it to see if it was that!
Thanks for your input thou I had already replaced the entire rear braking parts!!! D3 Sold but not forgotten, very good!!
Other gonners, BMW 525d E60, Jag 2.2d X-Type, Merc E240, Audi A4, Peugeot 306, VW Golf GTI 1.8T mk4,Toyota Hilux, Mazda 323f, Escort 1.3!

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JonD-RRS



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Thought it was probably too obvious but thought I would give it a go.

How much you been quoted for that then? If you don't make no me asking.

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JonD-RRS



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Thought it was probably too obvious but thought I would give it a go.

How much you been quoted for that then? If you don't make no me asking.

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Hocks172



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United Kingdom 2008 Range Rover Sport TDV8 HST Stornoway Grey

Well along with 2 new rear Tyres, 4 wheel alignment, new diff actuator, reprogramming and diff update, new lower arms (front)! Around £1650 +VAT Shocked Big Cry D3 Sold but not forgotten, very good!!
Other gonners, BMW 525d E60, Jag 2.2d X-Type, Merc E240, Audi A4, Peugeot 306, VW Golf GTI 1.8T mk4,Toyota Hilux, Mazda 323f, Escort 1.3!

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JonD-RRS



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Ouch!!!!!!

I knew before I bought mine that maintenance costs are high, but there are some horror stories on here.

I had a discovery 2 td5. I had that in pieces most weekends and me in tears.

Love the car so will have to just either fix it myself or pay the big bills.

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Hocks172



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Well thought I'd give a little update, got the car back Monday and all seems well! Very well which is a great relief as spending that much on it has hurt but on the grand scale most of the works were expected maintenance items so as long as she's driving well it all good!! D3 Sold but not forgotten, very good!!
Other gonners, BMW 525d E60, Jag 2.2d X-Type, Merc E240, Audi A4, Peugeot 306, VW Golf GTI 1.8T mk4,Toyota Hilux, Mazda 323f, Escort 1.3!

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JonD-RRS



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glad its all sorted.

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Hocks172



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Thanks Thumbs Up D3 Sold but not forgotten, very good!!
Other gonners, BMW 525d E60, Jag 2.2d X-Type, Merc E240, Audi A4, Peugeot 306, VW Golf GTI 1.8T mk4,Toyota Hilux, Mazda 323f, Escort 1.3!

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NTBeyond



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Re: Grinding noise moving at low speed when cornering?

Hocks172 wrote:
Hi all, I've got a problem that hopefully someone can help me with?
Intermittently when the steering is turned as I start to move there is a grinding noise coming from the rear wheel area of the car.
It's not there going striaght or at normal speeds only at low speed e.g. Below 20mph and always whilst turning?
Any help would be appreciated.
Sam


I had a similar problem. The dealer said it was a Transfer Case oil degredation problem.
They checked TSB and found fault #LTB00906V6
They fixed the issue under warranty.
Cheers 2014 SDV6 HSE, Panoramic Roof, 825w sound, Surround Cameras
Gone: MY10, TDV6 Sport, Zermatt Silver, Sunroof, 18" Rally alloys.
2006 Pajero Exceed, Silver

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Chrisb1985



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I have a similar issue with mine it’s not just at low speeds but it’s mainly when turning left. Range Rover thought it’s was the arc bars but they have fitted new ones and has not solved the issue. Iam hoping what you had is the same. Has the the work you had done still fixed the issue. For some reason when the stability control failed on mine the noise disappeared that’s why they thought it was the arc bars.

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