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Old February 23rd, 2014, 05:19 PM
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Ok Gents! I have had my 94 Soft Top for about a month now. Since it arrived, I have had a few issues.

1. Fuel pump has stopped working. When I turn the battery on, the fuel pump is not turning on.

2. Blinkers won't work. It will click on the dash like they are working, but nothing is blinking on the outside.

3. Dash heat / floorboard heat does not work.

These are just the first three things I need to fix. I have researched a lot of websites such as Rovers North, Youtube, JC Whitney, etc, etc. I even referenced the owners manual for my 97 Station Wagon. None of them are helpful.

Other than these issues, it's a great truck! Does anyone know of a manual that pretty much shows you how to fix everything on 94 NAS D90?

Thanks,

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Old February 23rd, 2014, 06:03 PM
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Have you looked at any of these?
http://www.landroverweb.com/landrove...rover-manuals/
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Old February 23rd, 2014, 06:14 PM
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Ok Gents! I have had my 94 Soft Top for about a month now. Since it arrived, I have had a few issues.

1. Fuel pump has stopped working. When I turn the battery on, the fuel pump is not turning on.

2. Blinkers won't work. It will click on the dash like they are working, but nothing is blinking on the outside.

3. Dash heat / floorboard heat does not work.

These are just the first three things I need to fix. I have researched a lot of websites such as Rovers North, Youtube, JC Whitney, etc, etc. I even referenced the owners manual for my 97 Station Wagon. None of them are helpful.

Other than these issues, it's a great truck! Does anyone know of a manual that pretty much shows you how to fix everything on 94 NAS D90?

Thanks,

Battle
1. search silver relay but know that the fuel pump turns on for a second or so to prime the fuel rail and then goes off rather than on a stay on ... it only runs when the engine has started.

2. check your hazard switch ... give it a gentle pul ... it interrupts the indicators if it's not fully out. This is common when people get a truck and play with the buttons.

3. What doesn't work on the heat ??? do the fans blow? have you checked the cable on the heater box is freely moving?
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Ok Gents! I have had my 94 Soft Top for about a month now. Since it arrived, I have had a few issues.

1. Fuel pump has stopped working. When I turn the battery on, the fuel pump is not turning on.
Don't forget to check the inertia switch!
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Old February 23rd, 2014, 07:28 PM
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Other than the workshop service manual?
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Old February 23rd, 2014, 08:01 PM
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LHP28 is everything. Workshop manual, parts books, recall forms, owners manual, service bulletin's etc. Everything LR had for the NAS spec defenders on a CD. I linked to a downloadable source.

LHP26 is the same resource for your truck Paul covering 83-89 trucks. http://www.johncraddockltd.co.uk/acc...0-and-127.html

LHP27 covers the 89-99 models encompassing the tdi years.

http://www.johncraddockltd.co.uk/acc...der-90-19.html

PDF formating, print out the pages you need, take them to the truck, chuck them when done. No more greasy fingerprints on workshop manuals- plus the zoom feature you don't have with the books. I use the parts books more than the manuals.

I thought everyone had these ?
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