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  1. If you want to cut to the chase: If you get the above message, and have an error code on a parking sensor, change the sensor... 🙂 Sorry if this has already been covered, I did a couple of searches but they seemed very slow and unproductive this morning... I got the headline message a few months ago now, so I put the Gap IID tool on it and found no faults on the camera. Next did a few searches (here and other places) and google pulled up loads of horror stories... "£600 for main dealer to investigate - still not fixed", "replace camera loom", "replace camera" etc etc. But my camera sometimes worked for just a few seconds so I didn't think it was actually a problem with the camera.. Then I remembered that there was as fault code on one of the rear parking sensors, so I changed that (cost £11 ish, I think) and that fixed it. I would strongly advise washing the car thoroughly before starting this job (the bumper traps a lot of mud), and arm yourself with some anti-rust products before removing the bumper 😉😆. Youtube shows where all the gotchas are (hiddent trim pins for example), but for me the most difficult aspect of the job was separating the parking sensor loom connector while balancing an ungainly bumper on my knees... Further googling would appear to indicate the the camera is 'dumb' and can't throw any codes, but that if any of the sensors a faulty then the whole of the system is deemed faulty and stops working. So in my case a single faulty rear sensor stopped all other sensors, and the camera from working. I earn my beer tokens as a programmer, and boy, is this lazy exception handling! Oh and one more thing - it appears that the reversing lights may be included in the "reversing system" since even after replacing the faulty sensor, the camera didn't work until I plugged the rear light units back in... Hope this helps somebody. Rog
  2. Hi not sure if I have posted this in the correct forum if not please move. I look after an rb44 thas is used as a community snow plough and gritter. We have a problem in that although brakes are { fairly good for an rb 44} they are virtually non existent in reverse. Any tips? Regards kev
  3. I have a really strange problem that has completely baffled me and am hoping somone can shed some light on it, I have a military series 3 ffr about a year back i done a 200di conversion which is great, anyway to the problem, I drove up to north yorkshire for christmas a 260 mile trip spent a week exploring with no problems, halfway home pulled into the service station to give us and the landy a bit of a rest and found i couldn't select 1st or 2nd gear, i had a quick check nothing seemed out of place so as we was on the motorway the whole way home decided to carry on home, no strange noises or any other problems apart from selecting 1st and 2nd. Got home and found one of the gearbox mounts had split right through and the other was looking a bit tierd. No problem i thought i replaced the mounts hoping it would solve the problem which as far as selecting the gears it did. Now for the strange part, when i reverse, as soon as i dip the clutch the landy stops sharp as if i had pulled up on the hand brake, if there is drive from the engine it's fine it only does it when i dip the clutch, it's fine in neutral and all forward gears. i adjusted the hand brake all the way off just incase it was something to do with that but it has made no difference. if anyone has any idea what could cause this i would be eternally grateful for any help. cheers John
  4. Hi probley been ask before but my landy keeps jumping out of reverse if u hold it in its fine but let it it go and rev it a little and out it comes any body no what it could be alll over gers work fine
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