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    Steering lock motor replacment. NEW

    I have tracked down a replacement for burnt out steering lock motors in the L322 Range rover.
    The link is as follows. http://www.elvmotor.com/shopdvr/prod...ock_Motor.html
    If I am ever on life support
    unplug me.....
    Then plug me back in see if that works !!!!!

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    Excellent. The price is right - we need 10 orders, though.
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    That's cheaper than the bypass module that we've been using.

    Is it really the motor that fails though? I was under the impression it was an electronic problem within the steering lock module, not the motor.
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    I disabled mine's steering lock by changing the CCF status to not-installed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graeme View Post
    I disabled mine's steering lock by changing the CCF status to not-installed.
    That's fine for the later models, but the earlier ones don't have a CCF...
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