2004 Land Rover Range Rover Consumer Review: transmission slippage possible
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transmission slippage possible recall
By salvador on

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2004 Land Rover Range Rover HSE 4WD 4dr SUV (4.4L 8cyl 5A)

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After about a year, I've notice
transmission is starting to not shift
into second. It gets stuck and will not
shift. It is getting worse. In
addition, the vehicle rises and lowers
while sitting at stop signs(I don't
think this is normal?). I AM MOST
CONCERN ABOUT THE TRANMISSION NOT
SHIFTING. RANGE ROVER IS AWARE OF
THIS.BUT YOU HAVE TO FIGHT LIKE HELL TO
HAVE THESE DEALERSHIPS ACKNOWLEDGE YOUR
PROBLEMS. I understand that Range
Rover is now going to redisign the
transmissions. I guess they added the
BMW Transmission with the Range Rover
differential system. The problems are
starting to happen around 20-30
thousand miles.

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style in and out and comfort of interior

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Nav system. No rain sensors wipers and no auto light on/off
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