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Re: Warranty claim on the Tata.
« Reply #60 on: 27 March 2021, 13:08:11 »

The central locking system for Jaguar/Land Rover must be a fantastic little earner for them this has been documented for years, I've had all mine replaced now on the Range Rover + the bonnet alarm sensor which is another known problem , the indi I use has assured me that the ones he has fitted will not fail he gave up using the original ones about 5 years ago .
I've only managed to find 2 companies who make them for mine (and guess yours is same if it has passive entry but not soft close), Brose who are the OEM, and are shit, or a chinky one who's name escapes me currently, who are even more shit, if ever that was possible ;D

I fitted some patterns to mine, in the hope they would last longer. But they didn't ;D
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Have no idea of what make they are but seems confident that they are fit for purpose ,he also mentioned that there are a lot of  inferior pattern suspension pumps available which are "total crap" as mine had recently had its one replaced he confirmed it is a genuine one thankfully, although they are not that expensive to replace if required.

Are these a common part between Jags and LR's?  ???

If so it might be worth asking on the Disco/Range Rover forums as I'd imagine those guys are a bit more 'hands on' than the Jaaaag lot.  :)
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Re: Warranty claim on the Tata.
« Reply #61 on: 27 March 2021, 13:16:06 »

 


Have no idea of what make they are but seems confident that they are fit for purpose ,he also mentioned that there are a lot of  inferior pattern suspension pumps available which are "total crap" as mine had recently had its one replaced he confirmed it is a genuine one thankfully, although they are not that expensive to replace if required.

Are these a common part between Jags and LR's?  ???

If so it might be worth asking on the Disco/Range Rover forums as I'd imagine those guys are a bit more 'hands on' than the Jaaaag lot.  :)


They're pretty much standard across anything with air suspension
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Re: Warranty claim on the Tata.
« Reply #62 on: 27 March 2021, 13:34:34 »

I think it may have been  Bosch pump he had been using in the past not 100 percent sure but whatever it was it was failing disastrously during the warranty period , so now will only fit LR air suspension pumps.
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« Reply #63 on: 27 March 2021, 14:04:36 »

I find it strange that Jaguar and Land Rover use the same colours but go by different names.

My car is IRR but the same colour on a Range Rover has a different name, I think.

Weird.
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« Reply #64 on: 27 March 2021, 14:17:28 »

I find it strange that Jaguar and Land Rover use the same colours but go by different names.

My car is IRR but the same colour on a Range Rover has a different name, I think.

Weird.
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« Reply #65 on: 27 March 2021, 14:33:10 »

I find it strange that Jaguar and Land Rover use the same colours but go by different names.

My car is IRR but the same colour on a Range Rover has a different name, I think.

Weird.
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Yes......although I doubt Jaguar/LR use those exact words to describe it..... :D ;D
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« Reply #66 on: 27 March 2021, 14:54:40 »

 


Have no idea of what make they are but seems confident that they are fit for purpose ,he also mentioned that there are a lot of  inferior pattern suspension pumps available which are "total crap" as mine had recently had its one replaced he confirmed it is a genuine one thankfully, although they are not that expensive to replace if required.

Are these a common part between Jags and LR's?  ???

If so it might be worth asking on the Disco/Range Rover forums as I'd imagine those guys are a bit more 'hands on' than the Jaaaag lot.  :)


They're pretty much standard across anything with air suspension

What does air suspension have to do with the central locking?  ???  ;D
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Re: Warranty claim on the Tata.
« Reply #67 on: 27 March 2021, 15:03:06 »

 


Have no idea of what make they are but seems confident that they are fit for purpose ,he also mentioned that there are a lot of  inferior pattern suspension pumps available which are "total crap" as mine had recently had its one replaced he confirmed it is a genuine one thankfully, although they are not that expensive to replace if required.

Are these a common part between Jags and LR's?  ???

If so it might be worth asking on the Disco/Range Rover forums as I'd imagine those guys are a bit more 'hands on' than the Jaaaag lot.  :)


They're pretty much standard across anything with air suspension

What does air suspension have to do with the central locking?  ??? ;D


 ???  from the quoted thread above: a lot of inferior suspension pumps  ??? 
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« Reply #68 on: 27 March 2021, 18:01:13 »

 


Have no idea of what make they are but seems confident that they are fit for purpose ,he also mentioned that there are a lot of  inferior pattern suspension pumps available which are "total crap" as mine had recently had its one replaced he confirmed it is a genuine one thankfully, although they are not that expensive to replace if required.

Are these a common part between Jags and LR's?  ???

If so it might be worth asking on the Disco/Range Rover forums as I'd imagine those guys are a bit more 'hands on' than the Jaaaag lot.  :)


They're pretty much standard across anything with air suspension

What does air suspension have to do with the central locking?  ??? ;D


 ???  from the quoted thread above: a lot of inferior suspension pumps  ???

Ah yes I see, but the thread is about central locking.  :)
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Re: Warranty claim on the Tata.
« Reply #69 on: 27 March 2021, 18:39:24 »

 


Have no idea of what make they are but seems confident that they are fit for purpose ,he also mentioned that there are a lot of  inferior pattern suspension pumps available which are "total crap" as mine had recently had its one replaced he confirmed it is a genuine one thankfully, although they are not that expensive to replace if required.

Are these a common part between Jags and LR's?  ???

If so it might be worth asking on the Disco/Range Rover forums as I'd imagine those guys are a bit more 'hands on' than the Jaaaag lot.  :)


They're pretty much standard across anything with air suspension

What does air suspension have to do with the central locking?  ??? ;D


 ???  from the quoted thread above: a lot of inferior suspension pumps  ???

Ah yes I see, but the thread is about central locking.  :)



Just thought I'd throw it in to the equation Steve , lots of various pattern parts available for various items, but best to get some knowledgeable advice before throwing your cash down the drain.

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« Reply #70 on: 27 March 2021, 19:10:22 »

 


Have no idea of what make they are but seems confident that they are fit for purpose ,he also mentioned that there are a lot of  inferior pattern suspension pumps available which are "total crap" as mine had recently had its one replaced he confirmed it is a genuine one thankfully, although they are not that expensive to replace if required.

Are these a common part between Jags and LR's?  ???

If so it might be worth asking on the Disco/Range Rover forums as I'd imagine those guys are a bit more 'hands on' than the Jaaaag lot.  :)


They're pretty much standard across anything with air suspension

What does air suspension have to do with the central locking?  ??? ;D


 ???  from the quoted thread above: a lot of inferior suspension pumps  ???

Ah yes I see, but the thread is about central locking.  :)



Just thought I'd throw it in to the equation Steve , lots of various pattern parts available for various items, but best to get some knowledgeable advice before throwing your cash down the drain.

Yes that's why I was wondering if the door locks are same on a Range Rover and a Jag XJ (say), if so you might get better DIY advice from the Rangie crowd.  :)
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Re: Warranty claim on the Tata.
« Reply #71 on: 27 March 2021, 19:11:49 »

Do the diy lot drive anything that new?
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Re: Warranty claim on the Tata.
« Reply #72 on: 27 March 2021, 19:33:31 »

There are guys on the RRS site who tinker around with quite new ones & give themselves in all kinds of problems , leave it to someone who knows what they're doing is my advice, if you can't afford to maintain them correctly steer clear.
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« Reply #73 on: 27 March 2021, 19:58:04 »

Do the diy lot drive anything that new?

I think that there are plenty of Range Rover L322 owners who work on their cars and the later L322's overlapped with the Jag XJ X351?  ???
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« Reply #74 on: 27 March 2021, 20:25:57 »

Do the diy lot drive anything that new?

I think that there are plenty of Range Rover L322 owners who work on their cars and the later L322's overlapped with the Jag XJ X351?  ???



Don't know there seem so many variations of engines & transmissions etc.
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