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Common Range Rover Fault Codes
These are the most common Range Rover fault codes that people are searching for.
Misfire Detected On Startup (First 1000 Revolutions)Learn More
Crankshaft Position Camshaft Position Correlation Bank 2 Sensor ALearn More
Park / Neutral Switch Input CircuitLearn More
Manifold Absolute Pressure/Barometric Pressure Circuit High InputLearn More
Vehicle Speed Sensor Signal Error FaultLearn More
Engine Coolant Temperature Sensor Falling Temp FaultLearn More
Lost Communication With Battery Energy Control Module "A"Learn More
Incorrect Gear RatioLearn More
3-4 Shift MalfunctionLearn More
HO2S Heater Control Circuit (Bank 1, Sensor 3)Learn More
Turbocharger Boost Sensor A Circuit Range/Performance.Learn More
Incorrect Immobilizer KeyLearn More
Idle Control System MalfunctionLearn More
Reverse Incorrect RatioLearn More
Misfire Persistent FaultLearn More
Turbo Boost Pressure LowLearn More
Rotor Calibration FaultLearn More
ESO - Engine Shut Off Solenoid FaultLearn More
Oxygen Sensor System Too Lean Fault Banks A & BLearn More
Invalid Data Received From ECM/PCMLearn More
Fuel Rail Sensor In-Range Low FailureLearn More
Closed Loop Control Function Bank 1Learn More
Turbo/Supercharger Boost System PerformanceLearn More
Diesel Particulate Filter Restriction - Soot AccumulationLearn More
Control ModuleLearn More
Audio Bezel is Not RespondingLearn More
Igniter Circuit Malfunction No. 1 (Toyota, Lexus)Learn More
Engine Coolant Level Lamp Circuit Short to GroundLearn More
Knock Sensor 1 Circ. Short to GroundLearn More
PCM - IDM Communications ErrorLearn More
Fuel Pump A Low Flow/PerformanceLearn More
EGR Different Pressure Sensor Signal too LowLearn More
Misfire Excessive Emissions FaultLearn More
Immobilizer to PCM Signal ErrorLearn More
Evap Emission Control Sys Vent Control Valve CircuitLearn More
Air Pump Circuit Malfunction/ (AIR) System Bank 1Learn More
Serial Data Link Dead FaultLearn More
ECM Security Code FaultLearn More
- Manufacturer: Land Rover
About the Range Rover
The Range Rover was first released under the Land Rover brand in 1970, representing the birth of the sub-brand and its various models. Since its release, there have been five generations of the model, with the latest version making its debut in 2022.
The model was created in order to offer customers a larger vehicle than the existing Land Rover offerings.
The iconic model has been one of the most prominent luxury SUVs available. This has led to various rivals emerging. The most notable of these include the Rolls-Royce Cullinan, Mercedes-Benz GLS-Class, and Bentley Bentayga.
Land Rover has garnered quite a reputation for reliability issues over the years. The Range Rover also is known to suffer from some issues as well.
One of the most common of these problems is fault code P0106, which represents an issue with the MAP sensor. This code can also indicate a problem with the barometric pressure sensor.
Owners have reported that code can be quite difficult to pinpoint and fix. This can be problematic given the severity of the code. Of course, the relevant sensors and their circuits should be checked first.
Another fairly serious code that the Range Rover is susceptible to is P0420, which represents a problem with the catalytic converter in the first bank of the engine. This can lead to some fairly expensive replacements if not tackled quickly.
In some cases, this can be caused by exhaust leaks, but a faulty converter is one of the most likely causes.
Another fairly commonly reported code is P0442, which indicates a leak in the evaporative emission control (EVAP) system. This can be caused by small leaks throughout the system and its various components. Another fairly common cause for both of these codes is simply a loose or defective fuel cap.