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    Overspeed warning

    Overspeed alarm problem. It will not turn off. I can set in 5kph increments up to 120kph and it works as set. However, when I try to turn it off either when driving or stationary I can select off but it keeps defaulting back to 120kph. Whilst most of the time this is not a problem with max speed limits of 110kph in Western Australia when overtaking it invariably chimes away with the overspeed warning much to the amusement of passengers.

    Has ayone else experienced this and found a solution??
    Gary

    1996 p38a HSE
    2" lift, Gen3 bags, adjustable Terra Firma +2" shocks, adjustable panhard rod, adjustable sway bar disconnects, EAS bypass, Ashcroft ATB F&R, 255/55/18 Toyo Proxes ST for road & 265/75/16 Maxxis Big Horns for off road :)

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    I had this happen to me in May or June (irritating when it won't shut up)!!

    Be buggered if I can remember what I did to fix it... pretty sure it involved the nanocom. I'll think on it overnight!

    Ron had the answer from memory.

    Cheers
    Keithy

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    120kph speed

    I just had a look in the becm with the nanocom as mine would stay at 120kph when i looked there were 3 settings to choose 100KPH , 120KPH and OFF ,
    I selected OFF and now i can go from 20KPH up to 160KPH in 5KPH increments ,, or i can select OFF ?
    May be a nanocom job ?
    Hope it helps
    Bob

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    This is a very easy fix. I know that this doesn't make much sense but in your nanocom or whatever device you use to change the BECM settings, change the speed limit to 100km/h. That crazy annoying alarm will cease forever!

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    Thatís it!! I do remember doing that too.

    Great advice mate! Couldnít remember until you came along!!

    Cheers
    Keithy

    Green 2000 P38 Range Rover HSE - Gone
    Blue 1999 P38 Range Rover HSE - Gone

    Silver 2002 P38 Range Rover HSE - Sequential LPG, BCDC Charger, TPMS, Rear Locker, Wheel Carrier, Bullbar & Spotlights, General Grabber AT2's, Too Much to Mention!

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    Quote Originally Posted by banarcus View Post
    This is a very easy fix. I know that this doesn't make much sense but in your nanocom or whatever device you use to change the BECM settings, change the speed limit to 100km/h. That crazy annoying alarm will cease forever!
    You're right. A very easy fix indeed and thank you for sharing. I'd like to know what the Land Rover design team were smoking when they came up with that one!
    Gary

    1996 p38a HSE
    2" lift, Gen3 bags, adjustable Terra Firma +2" shocks, adjustable panhard rod, adjustable sway bar disconnects, EAS bypass, Ashcroft ATB F&R, 255/55/18 Toyo Proxes ST for road & 265/75/16 Maxxis Big Horns for off road :)

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    Dutch pot, no doubt, since that is the closest source

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