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There is a problem with the halogen high beams on the Discovery 4 - they do a fine job of illuminating the trees, but don't add much to the useful light output from the main projectors. Living where I do I spend quite a lot of time with main beam on, so I want to fix it, but have been unable to find any definitive fixes on t'web. I am thinking of trying a few ideas, first of which is to set the bulbs at a slight angle in their housing using a spacer of some kind (perhaps a bit of wire). I reckon if I angle them up, then the main focus of the beam will go down... After that I may try LED bulbs. Thinking here is that they may just give more uncontrolled light which might fill in the gaps somewhat. Problem is that they are all so different, so which to try first... But before I do any of this, I was wondering if any of you lot had found a fix? Cheers, Roger
OK I have done a bit of a dumb thing, I was changing the tyre on my Discovery 4 2011 model, and I jacked up the car in the wrong place, think it was on the air suspension cover, and it made a loud crack. I have put on a new tyre, but now the suspension on the side where I changed the tyre has dropped (left back). The vehicle drives fine, but makes a clicking sound for about 30-50 seconds after I start driving, and the same noise when the switch off the engine. Can anybody give advice what the problem is? What cost it may involve? The LR dealer by me has not got a good rep, so rather ask advice before taking it in for repairs.