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Old December 5th, 2015, 02:03 PM
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Arrow FS: 2006 LR3 HSE7 w/HD Package

Spending some time out of the Country next year, so sadly- the LR3 must go. I've spent a small fortune on the truck, believing that I would drive it into the ground, but things have changed. Absolutely wonderful Rover.

FS: 2006 LR3 HSE(7) w/HD Package
VIN: SALDV2284SA958517 [Clean title w/no accidents]

Bonatti Grey/Alpaca Leather (fairly uncommon combo)

Every option package available:
Heavy Duty Package (Locking rear-diff)
Premium Package (Navigation, Rear A/C unit)
Cold Climate Package (Heated windscreen, Heated rear seats)

More than $33,000 (in receipts) spent in preventative maintenance and repairs. The majority of which was spent within the last two years:

Recent Repairs:
New Transfer Case (Aug 2015)
New Front Differential (July 2015)
New Michelin tires (June 2015)
New lower control arms (front)
New Frozen Rotors/Hawk Pads/Wear sensors/Lugs (May 2015)
New Master Cylinder
New Brake Lines front to rear
New Inner/Outer Tie Rod Ends + Alignment
ALL fluids replaced front to rear
ALL Lamps replaced front to rear
New Starter
New front valve block
New Blower motor
New Primary/Secondary/Idler belts & pulleys
New Tailgate latch assembly (license plate lamp housing)
New Plugs, Rotor/Stator, Wires, Complete engine service
New Wiper blades/arms
New (Latest) Navigation CD
Latest Land Rover ECU and TCU Software updates
Lots of new hardware, gaskets, seals, etc etc in the process
More I'm forgetting...

Typical LR3 Issues Sorted:
Tailgate locking mechanism replaced (Actuator/Latch/Shield)
Tailgate solenoid, latch, and weather shield replaced w/new (done prior to failure so no damage to tailgate)
Lower control arms replaced
Transmission connector sleeve replaced (w/new gasket and pan) [Nov 2015]
New Falconworks cooling bleed T-fitting
Typical Trans surge issue (after braking) resolved via S/W Update
No pass airbag dash cracks due to use of sun shield and Aero 303

Apologies:
Brakes need adjusted and turned (slight brake rub and squeak in reverse)
Windscreen needs to be eventually replaced (horizontal crack)
Time for front and rear sway bushings
A few minor nicks in paint

Mileage: 158k

Aesthetics:
Exterior: 7.5 out of 10
Interior: 9.5 out of 10

Price: $9,500 [Firm]

You simply won't find a better truck for the money...
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Old December 5th, 2015, 02:17 PM
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My god, if mine ever needs all that done I'll punt. Extremely clean truck though, GLWS!
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Old December 5th, 2015, 02:23 PM
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Someone was looking for a '7' here recently...
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Old December 5th, 2015, 02:24 PM
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My god, if mine ever needs all that done I'll punt. Extremely clean truck though, GLWS!
Another topic, but...it will, eventually

Fortunately for the next owner, this one won't.
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Old December 5th, 2015, 02:33 PM
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Old December 5th, 2015, 06:34 PM
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LICKED.....call me Ross
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Old December 5th, 2015, 06:38 PM
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Nice LR3. Sorry for the hijack, but I have a minor similar trans surge issue (after braking) resolved via S/W Update. I have an 06 HSE as well. Did you just explain this to the dealership that it had this problem and they were able to figure it out? Are you able to provide me what kind of software update is needed? Thank you and GLWS.
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Old December 5th, 2015, 06:48 PM
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Good luck with the sale, love the color combo, all the options and price.
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Old December 5th, 2015, 07:47 PM
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Ross, I'm next in line if Jonesy decides not to pull the trigger.
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Old December 5th, 2015, 08:54 PM
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LICKED.....call me Ross
I'm assuming you didn't get the range rover. This is much cooler.
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Old December 5th, 2015, 09:19 PM
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Deposit received. Thanks for all of the interest...

Should the buyer back out- I'll start working back through the list.
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Old December 5th, 2015, 09:33 PM
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Nice LR3. Sorry for the hijack, but I have a minor similar trans surge issue (after braking) resolved via S/W Update. I have an 06 HSE as well. Did you just explain this to the dealership that it had this problem and they were able to figure it out? Are you able to provide me what kind of software update is needed? Thank you and GLWS.
There is a TCU software update that was written to correct this problem, and yes- your dealer (or Rover indy) should be familiar enough with the issue to guide you to the TCU update. If not, just request that they shoot the truck with the latest update (can't remember the software version)

To be clear though- the update is a huge improvement, but it doesn't completely wipe away the issue; it's just no longer what I would have called "dangerous".
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Old December 5th, 2015, 10:16 PM
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I'm assuming you didn't get the range rover. This is much cooler.
unfortunately I think I'm second in line.

But research is leaning me to a LR4 vs Big Daddie
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But research is leaning me to a LR4 vs Big Daddie
Why?
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Deposit received. Thanks for all of the interest... Should the buyer back out- I'll start working back through the list.
PM me the buyer's contacts so I can let him know how shady you are. Maybe that'll help my chances. And we better see your ass at a HH before you leave us AGAIN.

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His research shows they're sexy.
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Old December 6th, 2015, 09:00 AM
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Why?
LR4 is a better tow vehicle than the RR plus it has more room in the back.
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Old December 6th, 2015, 09:07 AM
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There is a TCU software update that was written to correct this problem, and yes- your dealer (or Rover indy) should be familiar enough with the issue to guide you to the TCU update. If not, just request that they shoot the truck with the latest update (can't remember the software version) To be clear though- the update is a huge improvement, but it doesn't completely wipe away the issue; it's just no longer what I would have called "dangerous".
Can you describe the symptoms of the transmission issue and the improvements post TCU update? Thinking it will be the same random scenario I posed a few months ago.
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I have found quite a few transmission funky issues have been caused by the rear tail lights being bad...it seems the ground connections inside the taillight wiring harness get excessive resistance and then the tail lights start trying to find another way and I think it starts back feeding through the brake light circuit making the transmission ecu think that you have the brakes on...have usually found that customer complains transmission shifts weird of a night time but not of a daytime...tail lights are cheap nowadays.. Sometimes you could see a difference in the brightness of the rear tail lights..
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Old December 6th, 2015, 10:36 AM
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LR4 is a better tow vehicle than the RR plus it has more room in the back.
Gotcha. Its worth mentioning that I used my mom's '05 RR to two my Range Rover Classic many times in the mountains and it did great. I'd bet there isn't much difference. The backup camera and trailer guidance is pretty awesome on the LR4 and I'm not sure the Range Rover has that.

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Can you describe the symptoms of the transmission issue and the improvements post TCU update? Thinking it will be the same random scenario I posed a few months ago.
From Topix...

Situation: When the vehicle is in motion and the driver releases and then reapplies the throttle, a 'clonk' noise may be heard. This noise may be the result of an Engine Control Module (ECM) software calibration issue. A new calibration has been developed to correct this condition.

Action: Should a customer express this concern, verify the condition and refer to the Repair Procedure below to reconfigure the ECM, check the TCM software level if within the VIN-range above, and if necessary, reconfigure the Transmission Control Module (TCM) software.


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I have found quite a few transmission funky issues have been caused by the rear tail lights being bad...it seems the ground connections inside the taillight wiring harness get excessive resistance and then the tail lights start trying to find another way and I think it starts back feeding through the brake light circuit making the transmission ecu think that you have the brakes on...have usually found that customer complains transmission shifts weird of a night time but not of a daytime...tail lights are cheap nowadays.. Sometimes you could see a difference in the brightness of the rear tail lights..
I've seen when filament from on of the brake light bulbs broke and welded itself to the other filament keep the transmission from shifting out of first gear.
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From Topix... Situation: When the vehicle is in motion and the driver releases and then reapplies the throttle, a 'clonk' noise may be heard. This noise may be the result of an Engine Control Module (ECM) software calibration issue. A new calibration has been developed to correct this condition. Action: Should a customer express this concern, verify the condition and refer to the Repair Procedure below to reconfigure the ECM, check the TCM software level if within the VIN-range above, and if necessary, reconfigure the Transmission Control Module (TCM) software.
Thanks for the info. Is that a freebie from the dealer if not already done?
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