Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: About This Manual


This manual has been written in a format that is designed to meet the needs of technicians worldwide. The objective is to use common formats and include similar content in each manual.

This manual provides general descriptions for accomplishing diagnosis and testing, service and repair work with tested and effective techniques.

Following them will help to ensure reliability.


Appropriate service methods and correct repair procedures are essential for the safe, reliable operation of all motor vehicles as well as the personal safety of the individual carrying out the work.

Anyone who departs from the instructions provided in this manual must first establish that personal safety or vehicle integrity is not compromised by the choice of method, tools or components.


WARNING: Warnings are used to indicate that failure to follow a procedure correctly may result in personal injury.

CAUTION: Cautions are used to indicate that failure to follow a procedure correctly may result in damage to the vehicle or equipment being used.

NOTE: Notes are used to provide additional essential information required to carry out a complete and satisfactory repair.

Generic warnings or cautions are in their relevant description and operation procedure within section 100-00. If the generic warnings or cautions are required for a procedure, there will be a referral to the appropriate description and operation procedure.

If a warning, caution or note only applies to one step, it is placed at the beginning of the specific step.



TAS style procedures can be identified by steps that have no accompanying step text and the magenta color of the electrical connectors and fasteners such as nuts, bolts, clamps or clips.

A TAS removal and installation procedure uses a sequence of color illustrations to indicate the order to be followed when removing/disassembling or installing/assembling a component.

Many of the TAS procedures will have the installation information within the removal steps. These procedures will have the following note at the beginning of the procedure:

NOTE: Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details.

Items such as O-ring seals, gaskets, seals, self-locking nuts and bolts are to be discarded and new components installed unless otherwise stated within the procedure. Coated nuts or bolts are to be reused, unless damaged or otherwise stated within the procedure.

Specification procedures will contain all technical data that are not part of a repair procedure.


 TAS Graphics

Colors used in the graphic are as follows: Blue - Indicates the target item, item to be removed/installed or disassembled/assembled Green and Brown - Indicates a secondary item that needs to be de

 TAS Symbols

Symbols are used inside the graphics and in the text area to enhance the information display. The following paragraphs describe the various types and categories of symbols. Prohibition symbols advise

 Diesel Fuel System Health and Safety Precautions

DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION WARNINGS: Fuel may not give adequate warning before toxic or harmful effects arise. Exposure to fuel can be harmful and can cause severe health damage or death. Prov


 Power Brake aActuation Brake Booster (G1785125) / Removal and Installation

REMOVAL CAUTION: If brake fluid is spilt on the paintwork, the affected area must be immediately washed down with cold water. NOTE: Removal steps in this procedure may contain installation details. All vehicles Make the SRS system safe. Refer to: Standard Workshop Practices (100-00 General Infor

 Rear Drive Axle- differential - Vehicles without- Active Driveline/  Description and Operation

COMPONENT LOCATION - VEHICLES WITHOUT ACTIVE DRIVELINE Active on-demand coupling Rear differential OVERVIEW Vehicles without the active driveline system have a conventional mechanical rear differential. The rear differential has an integrated active on-demand coupling located on the driveshaft

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