Common Repairs on the 4th Generation Range Rover

The 4th Generation Range Rover by British auto manufacturer Land Rover is a full-size luxury sport utility vehicle engineered with style and sophistication in mind, but enough power to take on even the roughest terrain. The Range Rover is certainly comfortable and eye-catching, even though it may seem oversized. Land Rover has taken great pains to ensure the 4th Generation Range Rover lives up to its expectations. The Range Rover L405 is not without its faults, however.

Door Latch Mechanism Failure: The door latches on either the driver’s or passenger’s side may suddenly fail leaving the driver to exit through another door or forced to disconnect the battery so the door will stay shut.

Brake Squealing at Low Speeds: Some 4th Generation Range Rover owners complain of a loud squealing noise with moderate braking at low speeds.

Digital Instrument Cluster Blackout: Other Range Rover L405 owners have noticed that the instrument cluster may suddenly go dim or completely black while driving down the road. This may be especially alarming at night!

Shock Absorber Problem: The front shock absorbers may suddenly fail, evidence by excessive bouncing on uneven terrain on the nose of the vehicle will dip when braking.

Windshield Washer Problem: New 4th Generation Range Rover owners may find that their windscreen washer have insufficient pressure to completely cover the windshield while driving. This can leave the driver with a dangerously smudged windshield.

If you have encountered any of these issues with your 4th Generation Range Rover, please make an appointment with a specialized import mechanic. They will be gladly evaluate your SUV and recommend the proper repairs, more quickly and cheaply than a trip to a Land Rover dealer.

Search for a local, independent Land Rover repair shop with Land Rover mechanics that have dealer-level expertise at a fraction of the expense.