hardly worth mentioning
Crashes / Fires:
0 / 0
Injuries / Deaths:
0 / 0
Average Mileage:
63,934 miles

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2003 Land Rover Range Rover suspension problems

suspension problem

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2003 Land Rover Range Rover Owner Comments

problem #3

Jan 022014

Range Rover

  • 78,450 miles


While vehicle is operating, the air suspension, ABS, brake, hdc warnings lights come on and vehicle locks front right break by itself without any brake being applied, when is wet or ice on the road, the vehicle slides towards the right. I contacted Land Rover customer service number to report the problems that I am having with the vehicle as this is extremely dangerous specially during the winter months, and was told that my vehicle VIN number does not appear as part of the recall for bad yaw rate sensors on their database. I know now from what I have read online, that this a mayor situation with many Land Rover owners, but the automaker refuses to acknowledge the problem, what are they waiting for, for people to die due to this deffective yaw rate sensors? I hope that you can do something for all Land Rover owners and finally get Land Rover to acknowledge the problem and correctly address them.

- Winchester, VA, USA

problem #2

Feb 222009

Range Rover

  • 83,353 miles
I have a 2003, Range rover hse. The air suspension inactive warning light illuminated and the wheels shook. I took the vehicle in (12/29/08). They could not find the problem and suggested an alignment. I got the alignment and they cleared the warning light (1/2/09). I left and noticed the vehicle still felt out of aligned. Later the warning light (air suspension inactive) came on once again (1/15/09). This time the left front wheel failed to raise up. I brought the vehicle back in. This time they told me the air suspension was leaking and needed to be replaced. It cost me $2900 (1/22/09). I took the vehicle home and noticed the vehicle wheels still shook. I reported the problem but refused to bring the vehicle back in. Recently, the warning light (air suspension inactive) illuminated once again and none of the wheels would raise (2/22/09). I had the vehicle checked again and was told it was never aligned and the wheels were not balanced. I had the vehicle aligned and the wheels balanced. The vehicle is again out of alignment and the wheels shake. I do not want to get ripped off again, so the vehicle remains in my garage.

- Middletown, NY, USA

problem #1

Nov 012004

Range Rover

  • 30,000 miles
The contact owns a 2003 Land Rover Range rover. The contact has experienced multiple failures with the vehicle since the time of purchase. Whenever she turned on the vehicle, the engine indicator illuminated on the instrument panel, which stated "cooling temperature". when the contact added water, it would leak out. The contact eventually took the vehicle to the shop and they stated that the radiator was leaking. The dealer stated that the issue was resolved, but the suspension would cause the vehicle to lean to the left. The vehicle could not drive forward in a straight line. The dealer stated that an air bag leak caused the suspension to malfunction. The dealer repaired the vehicle, but the failure recurred a year later on the other side. The vehicle is currently in the shop for a suspension issue. The contact believes that her 2003 vehicle should not be experiencing so many failures. The failure mileage was 30,000 and current mileage was 80,000.

- Houston, TX, USA

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