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Land rover lr 3 key padwill not unlock doors battery is charged

Two keys do not work convinced not batterys

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    Kate Wilson May 18, 2018

    Hi Kyle. thanks for the tip. Can you tell me how to get the second plate off. I'm having a bit of trouble and I don't want to break the plastic. thanks again.

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There is a splice joint under the passenger side sill plate, under the second plate, about adjacent to the right front seat mounting. Split the harness open. Look for a blue tape with three thin green with white stripe wires. Open the tape. The joint is corroded and broken apart. This feeds the alarm rf receiver. Fix the splice and your remotes will work. - Kyle L.

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SOURCE: 1996 4.0 Range Rover won't unlock

This car is in super lock mode... when you press remote 2times to lock or when you lock with remote and try to unlock using key manually.

there is a 4 digit number to open the door, its like opening a safe, starting from the left(key in car door) it goes L/R/L/R. so if number code is 1234..... left 1, right 2, left 3, right 4.

or if this too troublesome you can ask landrover dealer to remove the KEYCODE.

happy trying.....
adrian/kk.

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SOURCE: 1998 land rover discovery won't start

I just expiriance the same problems on my rover so i check it out and found that the engine spark fuse was out. I replaced the said fuse and their you go it started. You can find that fuse under the dashboard in the satellite 1 fuse box. it should be the 3rd one from the right. Good luck buddy hope that helps you out.

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SOURCE: radio unlock code for 1998 land rover discovery

Give the dealership your VIN# and they will in turn provide you with an 'unlock' code. Input the code and you should have radio. If not, you will need to remove the radio and give the dealer the chassis # found on the case.

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SOURCE: Central locking issue on my Land Rover Discovery II 2003

Does it open from the outside once you have manually opened it from the inside.

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SOURCE: how to program a keyless entry for land rover

MOST OF THE TIME WHEN YOU HAVE PROBLEMS IN THE REMOTE AND KEYLESS ENTRY.THE DEALERSHIP HAS TO REPROGRAM IT.BUT FIRST CHECK ALL THE FUSES AND RELAYS.IF THEY ARE OKAY.THEN DEALERSHIP HAS TO FIX.

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