Inside Line: Autoelectro

Our Technical team has come back with the following known common issues with the Range Rover L322 variant you are covering in your next issue.

The Alternator on the 3.0 TD6 (BMW Engined models) suffers from premature failure due to oil ingress, this causes the Alternator brushes to overheat and melt which in turn burn the copper on the slip rings, early signs of this type of failure are poor or erratic charge rate before resulting in total failure of the Alternator.

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