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Disco_Mikey
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Member Since: 08 Apr 2012
Location: Dundee, Scotland
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Mine has this shunt too Rolling Eyes
So far, it has had replaced (because it was all needing it, not just to cure the shunt...)

All 8 suspension arms
All hub bushes/ARB links + bushes
New gearbox and TC
New transfer box
Rebuilt front diff
New rear propshaft

Next part to be attacked is the rear diff. Has a nasty whine now, and metallic fragments in the oil/drain plug

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Post #483422 Mon Dec 28 2015 7:36pm
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shawnmarsh2015



Member Since: 29 Dec 2015
Location: UK
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Same thing happens with my RRS at low Speed. Forecasting Services

Post #483455 Tue Dec 29 2015 11:34am
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Rangie78



Member Since: 28 Dec 2015
Location: Cumbria
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United Kingdom 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Java Black

Yeah I'm under the impression that the double flush is seen as the most efficient/effective way of clearing the gearbox ready for the new lubricant.

As soon as I mentioned the shunt symptoms to the guy in the garage he said he was 99% sure that the double flush would clear the problem. I would strongly recommend this to anyone with these symptoms.

Post #483654 Thu Dec 31 2015 4:35pm
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Byreman



Member Since: 03 Jun 2013
Location: Redditch
Posts: 13

England 2008 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Siberian Silver

Hello Everyone,

I finally got my RRS 2009 HSE sorted with this drive-line shunt - It eventually annoyed me enough to get it done.

1st we looked at the universal joint between the prop-shafts and that was fine. Cover plate off and an inspection by my local garage said all OK - Thats was at no cost.....

I then asked the RR Specialist (not main dealer as they are complete spanners) to do this double flush operation and after having the car back for 3 days I can say that its 90% better than it was. I'm not sure its 100% cured but you really have to try hard to get it to shunt now which I'm happy with.

Cost was circa �360 inc VAT but it involved filters / oil and other bits so all in all quite acceptable. I hope this helps everyone who has this annoying issue that Land Rover claim to be completely normal. It isn't and can be cured.....

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This only lasted for a while and the thud came back ! Grrrr

Post #509579 Tue Nov 08 2016 10:07am
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