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Thread: 1997 Range Rover P38A (GEMS) - Strange Electrical Problem

  1. #11
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    Quote Originally Posted by Keithy P38 View Post
    G’day mate,



    Last year I put water in the cab on the drivers side crossing one of the deep crossings in Cape York.

    Cheers
    Keithy
    Let me guess! Nolan Brook?

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    Quote Originally Posted by redandy3575 View Post
    Let me guess! Nolan Brook?
    I wish! Nolan’s was a dream. It was Gunshot Creek that got me. I was towing a camper trailer and had to follow unusual lines in the crossing, eventually immobile just at the exit (but wet feet to me in the drivers seat).

    It was a good hours work to clean the the BECM of all water, but I drove it another 3/4 of an hour before having the chance to do it. I was surprised it didn’t go into meltdown!

    Cheers
    Keithy

    2002 P38 Range Rover HSE

    Sequential LPG - Ctek Charger - TPMS - Rear Ashcroft Locker
    Wheel Carrier - Bullbar & Spotlights - 285/75/16 BFG KM3’s
    On Board Solar - Stainless Snorkel - 2” Suspension Lift

  3. #13
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    Good to see you're still enjoying your p38 Keith. Mine has been gone for around 3 years now. I do have a TDV8 RRS that I purchased a few months back. Not the same ground clearance as my old p38, and I am still on road tyres, but still an amazing car off road as well as on. With 226KW of power and 715Nm of torque (dyno) it is quite an impressive performer
    Gary

    2007 Range Rover Sport TDV8

    Modified 1996 p38a HSE sold

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