Range Rover Abs Pump Rebuild
Welcome To LandyZone! duncmc, your advice to look at autoshop101 helped me check the relays properly, they all seem to be working properly. We have a test-position for them, and can bench-test them for about $60, but there is no good external way to tell their condition so any used one is a huge The other two are blacks and they go to a common earth. have a peek here
That will give you a bit more information. this is a 25amp white fuse. Would running another wire from the brown/red wire at the fuse relay end direct to the brown/red wire at the plug to the pump be a good idea? I really am grateful for any help here.
Range Rover Abs Pump Rebuild
Never would a used accumulator ever be of any interest!! Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... If your old accumulator [say $350] was good when the pump failed, a new pump [say $1650] may not be a good value when compared with a rebuilt one [say $400 Register a new account Sign in Already have an account?
With that you can work out which terminals should be doing what. Sign in to make your opinion count. paul flanny 36,286 views 3:33 Top 10 Fastest Cars In The World - Duration: 7:34. It don't look so damn scary now, does it?
I am not too sure what you mean about the low current signal and higher pump sides and which terminals energise the relays. Range Rover Classic Abs Pressure Switch Let me tell you what I checked. If anyone out there can help me get my dream car back on the road I would be very grateful. BanglarTube 1,574 views 0:48 Range Rover Video Companion(3 of 3), circa 1997 - Duration: 7:06.
Range Rover Classic Abs Pump
Is there one that I can pull so that I can listen to the ABS side of things? Posting Quick Reply - Please WaitPosting Quick Reply - Please Wait « How do I turn this accident into a good thing? | roof rack Currently Active Users Viewing This Thread: Range Rover Abs Pump Rebuild Nov 14, 2016 at 3:47 PM ••• Trekex8 ► Kris 300TDI Hi Kris, Could you give me a estimate price to deliver Discovery 1 from Stainforth Doncaster to Cumbernauld Glasgow. Range Rover Classic Abs Pump Rebuild Rating is available when the video has been rented.
The fault might well be in the pressure switch alone. navigate here If you have 12V to the load side and the relay works, but you don't have 12V to the pump motor plug then the wiring is faulty. if not can you get them and where thanks andy flyingbanana, Sep 3, 2014 #10 (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show Ignored Content Sort by: Title Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Bowie69 199 Permanently befuddled...... Range Rover P38 Abs Pump
- I'll check on mine tomorrow to see what I get on each relay as I am not 100% sure without checking, just to make sure we are talking about the same
- Does this mean the pressure switch is at fault?
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Not a sudden loss of all braking power. #7 02-16-2010, 04:24 AM cockneyjock Junior Member Thread Starter Join Date: Aug 2009 Location: Wiltshire UK Posts: 17 Thanks: 0 why this truck has so many forum talking this problem? Could you not buy one and have it delivered in Botswana, excuse my ignorance of your country? http://ariseoo.com/range-rover/range-rover-cd-changer-removal.html Share this post Link to post Share on other sites spiker3 2 Member Settled In 2 52 posts Location:north essex Posted May 2, 2012 · Report post Thanks guys.
Nov 14, 2016 at 11:42 AM ••• storeton Hello my name is Storeton and new member 64 years old still foolish about cars Nov 14, 2016 at 11:36 AM ••• [email protected] Range Rover Classic Abs Pump Pressure Switch Please enter your desired user name, your email address and other required details in the form below. The connector wires are easily checked.
TAKdriver, Jul 15, 2010 #3 plastic soul Is the pump quite audible?
Rebuilt pumps, without the switch and accumulator, but at perhaps half that cost [$400 to $800], work as well and will last as long as new ones. LandyZone is the biggest Land Rover forum on the net. I will check 12v to the pump tomorrow as it is dark outside now. Range Rover P38 Abs Pump Pressure Switch By TAKdriver on Jul 15, 2010 at 10:10 AM TAKdriver Active Member Joined: Mar 18, 2009 Posts: 571 Likes Received: 2 Location: Beside a field in Midlothian There is a test
I'll stick with it and try to improve it with pics. The two relays closest to the 30a fuse both had 12v, the first relay, the blue one, only had about 2v on the load side and nothing on control side. bibnakladnistvo 56,811 views 30:06 ABS Braking System - Hydrulic Control Unit - Duration: 2:45. http://ariseoo.com/range-rover/range-rover-radio-no-sound.html If you drive at 20kph and push the brake pedal hard it takes quite a while to stop.
Does this mean that there is a break somewhere between the fuse/relay and the plug/pump? Yeah and you can hear it as well. Add to Want to watch this again later? Have a read of this it will help you understand what is happening...http://www.autoshop1...forms/hweb2.pdf Then, if you unplug the relay you usually see a little wiring diagram on the side of it.
I would also check the white valve relay fuse. The fault might well be in the pressure switch alone. Have a quick look in the Range Rover or FAQ section of my blog here: http://www.nickslandrover.co.uk/range-rover-brakes-abs-pump-replacement/ . Managed to miss the car in front and the missus managed not to have kittens.
Here I took off the silver motor coupling, the pressure switch is upper right with the electrical connector: The electric motor on the left fits into the abs pump on the An abs pump malfunction is usually more gradual until nothing. This is why your ABS (and ETC, if fitted) lights extinguish once the vehicle reached approximately 4mph (the self-test speed for the ABS wheel sensors) - the ABS light should remain Working...