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Old March 25th, 2011, 08:01 AM
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part 2703(fuse box cover) for AC models

Can not find part number for fuse box cover for AC model.
Anybody knows who carries that part?
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Can not find part number for fuse box cover for AC model.
Anybody knows who carries that part?
Cut down the original?
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Old March 25th, 2011, 08:57 AM
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Dmitry, I have one. Do you have a full height one with the fuse diagram on it to trade?

How's the truck coming? When are you bringing it to happy hour?
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Old March 25th, 2011, 04:11 PM
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Autoshop lost the original one. Actually, they told me, they I have never give it to them.
I will try looking again in my garage. I was ready to trade it.
Truck is fine and running well. Has engine check light on. I have to go to a shop that has computer to find out what is going on.
Went to MVA twice already with a track trying to register it. It is called bureaucracy. Going third time this Tuesday. Hope it will be successful.
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You can have my half height one. I just wanted the other for the sticker

Call me if you need a hand but you can read the check engine light code yourself. There is a little box attached to the ecu that will display the code on the small end of it, opposite of the electrical connector. There may be more than one code so what you want to do is take note of the code, then turn the ignition off, disconnect the ecu, and turn the ignition on again and the next code will appear. If you get a 02, it just means you disconnected the ECU so you are done. You can turn off the ignition, plug the ecu back in, then turn the truck back on and you should have no no codes and the check engine light cleared.

see here for codes

http://www.lrfaq.org/Disco/FAQ.Disco...aultCodes.html
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I tried using that last week. When I was clearing it, I got a code 03, which isn't on the list. Drove it a few hundred miles and it turned back on. Need to see if it's throwing a new code...
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I tried using that last week. When I was clearing it, I got a code 03, which isn't on the list. Drove it a few hundred miles and it turned back on. Need to see if it's throwing a new code...
03 is the Rhino-lining needs cleaning code.

it is ECM Memory Recently Cleared
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03 is the Rhino-lining needs cleaning code.
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http://www.landroversonly.com/forums...t-codes-15207/

here is a list for you records...
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Damn Josh, your google foo is getting weak. Is tom becoming the new horsey?

------ Follow up post added March 25th, 2011 04:42 PM ------

Oh and Dmitry, this is a good page in general on the 14CUX system

http://www.britishv8.org/Articles/Rover-14CUX-EFI.htm
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Tom you da man. Love it when a computer tells me things I already know I did.
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I can order diagram and exchange with you.
I will try to clear the code.
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You can have my half height one. I just wanted the other for the sticker

Call me if you need a hand but you can read the check engine light code yourself. There is a little box attached to the ecu that will display the code on the small end of it, opposite of the electrical connector. There may be more than one code so what you want to do is take note of the code, then turn the ignition off, disconnect the ecu, and turn the ignition on again and the next code will appear. If you get a 02, it just means you disconnected the ECU so you are done. You can turn off the ignition, plug the ecu back in, then turn the truck back on and you should have no no codes and the check engine light cleared.

see here for codes

http://www.lrfaq.org/Disco/FAQ.Disco...aultCodes.html
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