Anti-theft Controller Problems of Land Rover Range Rover
Land Rover Range Rover owners have reported 1 problem related to anti-theft controller (under the electrical system category).
#1 - Anti-theft Controller problem of the 1999 Land Rover Range Rover
The car involved was a 1999 Land Rover Range Rover. Manufacturer: Land Rover
model: Range Rover 4. 0se
location: new york city
due to a high radio frequency signal in my neighborhood from building/commercial antennas, my vehicle's becm (computer) has been receiving/attracting signals erroneously while parked inside a garage. As a result, the computer is kept active the entire time it is parked thus draining the battery. In addition, the signal has caused both left and right side doors to short and malfunction. Since the vehicle's battery is fully drained, it had to be towed to the local dealership. Both front and right side door latches plus battery had to be replaced. Finally, a switch had to be installed in order to manually turn the computer on and off. Total parts and labor plus towing costs have totaled to approx. $3,000. Finally, another Range Rover in my garage has experienced the same problem and will have to undergo the same type of repairs and incur the same costs. The failure date was Sunday, January 1, 2006.
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