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    Successfully relocated the ignition amplifier module. The directions did not match my 1995 RRC which led to a few failed attempts. Once I traced all the wires I found my harness is the same a a 94-95 D1! I taped off the stock module wires, left the injector circuit feed, and was rewarded with a nice crisp start!

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    It is very odd to not have to plan trips and open the bonnet to cool off the module. Guess I'll have to find something else to occupy my time...
    Tom Proctor
    1965 exMod 109
    1995 RRC LWB w/EAS

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    Tom,
    As I recall, there are some differences between the engine in a 95 Classic versus earlier years, like serpentine belts and repositioned oil pump (possibly?). Sounds like the 95 Classic engine is pretty much to same as the 95 Discovery.

    What's the status on your Rover Gauge monitoring? Does it give a information that lets you know how the idle air control valve or throttle position sensor is working? I'm intrigued by it and read the info on the page you linked to previously.

    - Jeremy
    '92 Range Rover
    '51 80"

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    Jeremy,

    IACV - Yes, it does. I'll see if I can figure out how to take a tablet screen shot, then post it.

    If we are anywhere near each other we can plug it into your Classic too.

    Tom
    Tom Proctor
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom109 View Post

    If we are anywhere near each other we can plug it into your Classic too.
    Sounds like you both need to go to SCC.

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    Jeremy,

    There is also menu selection for an IACV test. Here is a screenshot from today's drive into town...

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    Here is an explanation of each section of the display.

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    (taken from this page.)
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    Tom Proctor
    1965 exMod 109
    1995 RRC LWB w/EAS

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    Yahoo! That 'dashboard' is neat. I will see some issues on my ECU.

    I have a Windows laptop. Did you make your own '14CUX interface cable'?
    '92 Range Rover
    '51 80"

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    I found a really nice, non-winch ARB Bumper for my LWB!



    This means I'll probably sell the rougher one I had planned to use...
    Tom Proctor
    1965 exMod 109
    1995 RRC LWB w/EAS

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