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geoffsnook



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Wales 2005 Range Rover Sport Supercharged HSE Java Black

Rear right plug is a Censored Censored

Post #536175 Fri Sep 22 2017 2:56pm
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tom0311



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United Kingdom 2009 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Autobiography Santorini Black

Thanks all, think I'm gonna get myself one. With the Bluetooth one I guess I can plug it in and have it record data onto my phone through the journey or something? Anything to help nail this issue down!

Post #536189 Fri Sep 22 2017 6:17pm
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Andy K



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England 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Rimini Red

You need to be a bit careful you don't knock the £400 bit of kit with your foot, but it is possible to drive with it

Post #536203 Fri Sep 22 2017 7:58pm
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tom0311



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United Kingdom 2009 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Autobiography Santorini Black

Fair enough. Wasn't sure if it was just a cartridge or bulky. I'll order one and find out I suppose!

Post #536212 Fri Sep 22 2017 9:43pm
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Col



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New Zealand 2013 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Autobiography Santorini Black

Around the size of a packet of 20 fags, and only slightly dearer these days I think. Rolling with laughter

Cheers
Col

Post #536216 Fri Sep 22 2017 10:05pm
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tom0311



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United Kingdom 2009 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Autobiography Santorini Black

Took it to the office again today with my fingers crossed the whole way. After around 30 mins it idles a bit rough and there's a definitely lumpy patch around 1100RPM. Coming up to junctions or moving in slow traffic you can feel it. Felt like it was going to conk out on the m4 queuing with the slip road shut Shocked Always worse after giving it the beans for a stretch as well. Probably order the IID in the next couple of days although I'm tempted to drive it half an hour up and down the ring road then straight to the garage.

I've had lumpy idling cars before and had to replace MAF sensors to fix it, has anyone had a faulty MAF on an SC before?

Post #536420 Mon Sep 25 2017 9:29pm
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tom0311



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United Kingdom 2009 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Autobiography Santorini Black

IID tool on the way. Paid a bit over the odds for the sake of getting it quickly as I don't really have the luxury of time getting this sorted. Becoming a PITA whenever I have to drive it to work. Fingers crossed I can take it out for an hour or so with the tool plugged in and get a fault code.

Post #536833 Sun Oct 01 2017 1:11pm
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tom0311



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United Kingdom 2009 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Autobiography Santorini Black
Fault codes

IID reported a lot of fault codes. Slowly search each one on the forum.

A lot of them were raised 2 weeks ago on a morning I'm pretty sure I didn't even drive it.
I'm ignoring the "lost communication with ABS control module" faults as apparently are just info messages.


    U0401-81 (2Cool Invalid data received from engine control module/powertrain control module - Bus signal/message failure - invalid serial data received
    ( on 19-09-2017 09:03:29 at 117563 km )

    U0122-87 (2C) Lost communication with vehicle dynamics control module - Bus signal/message failure - missing a message
    ( on 19-09-2017 09:03:31 at 117563 km )

    U0401-00 (2Cool Invalid data received from engine control module/powertrain control module
    ( on 19-09-2017 09:03:34 at 117563 km )

    U0415-64 (2Cool Invalid data received from ABS control module - Algorithm based failure - signal plausibility failure
    ( on 19-09-2017 09:03:36 at 117563 km )

    U0417-81 (2Cool Invalid data received from parking brake control module - Bus signal/message failure - invalid serial data received
    ( on 19-09-2017 09:04:28 at 117563 km )

    P057B-87 (6C) Brake pedal position sensor circuit range/performance - Bus signal/message failure - missing a message


I couldn't find the last one on a forum search.

I've emailed myself all the faults, think I'll clear them take it for a spin and see what comes up.

Any of the ones above ring a bell? It's not idling particularly smoothly at the moment but nothing new was coming up while the engine ran.

Cheers

Post #537146 Tue Oct 03 2017 7:06pm
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Andy K



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Ignore U codes

Brake pedal one looks interesting

Post #537152 Tue Oct 03 2017 7:13pm
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tom0311



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United Kingdom 2009 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Autobiography Santorini Black

Thanks Andy - I'll happily ignore all those!

Chap on the fatty forum posted the brake pedal code, but had no replies. I'm desperately googling it now!

Post #537153 Tue Oct 03 2017 7:15pm
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Andy K



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England 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Rimini Red

I guess you just replace the switch.

Very common fault so money won't be wasted

Interesting to see if it returns

Post #537160 Tue Oct 03 2017 7:46pm
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Col



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New Zealand 2013 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Autobiography Santorini Black

P057B-87 Brake Pedal Position Sensor
Circuit Range/Performance -
Missing message
Brake pressure signal missing from
anti-lock braking system control
module
Check the anti-lock braking system
control module for related DTCs.

U0415-
64
Invalid Data Received
From Anti-lock Braking
System (ABS) Control
Module - Signal plausibility
failure
Invalid request from anti-lock
braking system
Torque up request higher than
expected from anti-lock braking
system
Using the manufacturer approved
diagnostic system, check anti-lock
braking system, for DTCs and
refer to the relevant DTC index
Refer to the electrical circuit
diagrams and check high speed
CAN bus circuit for short circuit,
open circuit.


Cheers
Col

Post #537169 Tue Oct 03 2017 8:35pm
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tom0311



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United Kingdom 2009 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Autobiography Santorini Black

Hadn't spotted your reply Col, sorry. That particular code hasn't come back since that date. Wondering if it's from when the car went into the garage or something.

I've just taken it for a 55 min blast up and down the ring roads and B roads. It behaved perfectly - typical!

However when I got it back on the driveway it was lumpy when I held the revs at 1000. Let off the accelerator and a couple of lumps on the way back down to idle. This is the same symptom that I experienced on the way to work except on that day it was much much worse.

Not a single fault logged today, but I did notice a sound from the engine at tick over. Aside from the usual idling noise you can hear the odd knock-like noise going on, too. No idea if it's normal, but I don't like the sound of it. Doesn't seem to be made any worse by revving, but it's always there.

Anyone had a similar thing? Getting frustrated now, can't take it to the garage without a fault code really.

Appreciate all the replies so far, thank you.

Post #537409 Thu Oct 05 2017 12:49pm
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GodivaNige



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England 2009 Range Rover Sport TDV8 HSE Buckingham Blue

Could be prematurely worn timing chain guides, from what I’ve read in the past, this is a known issue with the 5.0 SC and is diagnosed by a rattle/knock at idle.
Hopefully someone with more experience will be along to advise you

Don’t want to worry you but be aware, if it is the above it needs to addressed quickly otherwise it’s goodbye engine Big Cry

Post #537415 Thu Oct 05 2017 1:15pm
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tom0311



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United Kingdom 2009 Range Rover Sport Supercharged Autobiography Santorini Black

Could timing chain issues could cause misfires? Maybe that's a good lead...

Post #537416 Thu Oct 05 2017 1:17pm
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