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Joined: Jan 19 2016
Posts: 118

I heard about this forum through a friend. Would love to see an alternative to the nazi mod/admin at rr dot net.

Edit: Guess I should introduce myself!
I'm Ray and I'm located in Sudbury, Ontario, Canada
2001 Range Rover 4.6 HSE (owned for 3 years now, first land rover)
I do all work on this truck myself. (with the exception of the rear brake lines when it was -30C)
I have a Nanocom Evolution if somebody near me needs help.

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Joined: Dec 30 2015
Posts: 1216

Hi Ray...

Good to see you made it :)

Hope you get your replacement power board from Toronto soon and can get up and rovering again soon!

Marty

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Joined: Jan 19 2016
Posts: 118

It's on the way. If it fixes my issue I'm a lucky man. Can't wait to drive my truck again!

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It's funny... I've just been working/fixing a BECM for a guy today which had a problem the opposite to yours. There was no power getting past RL10 - so after a few hours of poking around - finally found a tiny break in the track under the relay, so had to put a jumper wire in.

Hopefully he'll have it back tomorrow and it will all be fine.. I do wonder if one of the small tracks on yours has just burnt through or something - so causing the opposite problem.

Marty