Complete digital official shop manual contains service, maintenance, and troubleshooting information for the 1970-2016 Land Rover Defender, Discovery, Freelander, Range Rover Classic, Range Rover P38A, Range Rover L322, Range Rover L405. Diagnostic and repair procedures are covered in great detail to repair, maintain, rebuild, refurbish or restore your vehicle like a professional mechanic in local service/repair workshop. This cost-effective quality manual is 100% complete and intact as should be without any missing pages. It is the same factory shop manual used by dealers that guaranteed to be fully functional to save your precious time.
This manual is divided into different sections. Each section covers a specific component or system and, in addition to the standard service procedures, includes disassembling, inspecting, and assembling instructions. A table of contents is placed at the beginning of each section. Pages are easily found by category, and each page is expandable for great detail. It is in the cross-platform PDF document format so that it works like a charm on all kinds of devices. You do not need to be skilled with a computer to use the manual.
MAKE: Land Rover, Range Rover
FORMAT: PDF (2.5GB)
"'87-'04 Land Rover & Range Rover"
701MB PDF including Workshop Manual, Owner's Handbook, Electrical Library, Electrical Circuit Diagrams, Diagnostic Information, Audio & Navigation System
'02-'04 New Range Rover (LM)
'95-'02 Range Rover (LP)
'87-'95 Range Rover Classic
'95-'98 Land Rover Discovery
'99-'04 Land Rover Discovery Series II
'01-'04 Land Rover Freelander
'93-'97 Land Rover Defender
"'95-'01 Land Rover & Range Rover"
441MB PDF including Workshop Manual, Owner's Handbook, Electrical Library, Electrical Circuit Diagrams, Diagnostic Information, Audio & Navigation System
'95-'96 Range Rover Classic (LRL0030ENG)
'95-'98 Land Rover Discovery I (LRL 0079ENG; 2nd Edition)
'97-'01 Land Rover Freelander (LRL 0144ENG; 5th Edition)
"'93-'02 Land Rover Defender, '95-'04 Range Rover"
486MB PDF including Workshop Manual, Owner's Handbook, Electrical Library, Electrical Circuit Diagrams, Diagnostic Information, Audio & Navigation System
'02-'04 New Range Rover (LM) Mark III / L322
'95-'02 Range Rover (LP) Mark II / P38A
'93-'02 Land Rover Defender
"'07-'09 Land Rover Defender.pdf"
Defender Workshop Manual MY2007- ON
"'83-'90 Land Rover Defender.pdf"
'83-'90 Land Rover Defender Workshop Manual, 821 pages
"'95-'02 Range Rover Mark II_P38"
'WM LRL0326ENG.pdf' 1,361 pages
Range Rover Workshop manual
This manual covers vehicles from introduction 1995
Publication part no. LRL0326ENG
This manual supersedes: Workshop manual VDR100370, Body Repair Manual LRL0085
'ETM LRL0086ENG.pdf' 579 pages
Range Rover Electrical Troubleshooting Manual
Publication Number LRL0086ENG - 6th Edition, Amendment Number: LP004.98
Publication Number LRL0086ENG - 5th Edition, Amendment Number: LP002.98
"'02-'06 Range Rover L322.pdf"
Range Rover Workshop Manual - System Description and Operation
LRL0424ENG (2nd Edition), 809 pages
"'70-'85 Range Rover.pdf"
1970-1985 Range Rover Workshop Manual
PUBLICATION No. AKM 3830 (EDITION 7), 695 pages
This manual contains supplements covering the Range Rover Five Speed manual gearbox, Transfer gearbox, Automatic gearbox and changes and additions to the Electrical equipment.
"'87-'91 Range Rover Classic.pdf"
1987-1991 Range Rover Classic Workshop Manual, 864 pages
"'87-'91 Range Rover Classic alternate"
Power Steering - Steering Gear
Disassembly and Assembly
WARNING: Wear safety glasses while removing and refitting circlips and retaining ring.
CAUTION: Absolute cleanliness is essential when overhauling steering gear.
• NOTE: Overhaul of steering gear should not be carried out during the warranty period.
• NOTE: This procedure is for Adwest steering gear only.
1. Remove steering gear from vehicle.
For additional information, refer to: Steering Gear (211-02 Power Steering, Removal and Installation).
Mark drop arm and steering gear for realignment on assembly. Remove drop arm using extractor LRT-57-012.
Loosen drop arm securing nut, but do not remove before using extractor. Remove dirt excluder from output shaft.
2. Drain oil, remove blanking plugs and bleed screw. Hold steering gear over suitable container, turn input shaft from lock to lock, until oil is drained. Refit bleed screw.
3. Rotate retainer ring until one end is 12 mm from extractor hole. Using a drift through hole in cylinder, lift retaining ring from groove in cylinder bore.
4. Remove retainer ring, using a screwdriver.
5. Turn input shaft (left lock on left hand drive vehicles, right lock on right hand drive vehicles) until piston pushes out cover. Turn input shaft fully in opposite direction, applying pressure to piston.