We recently undertook a full Range Rover Sport gearbox repair in the Stephens Engineering workshop in Ware.
The 2012 Range Rover Sport was driven into the workshop of automatic transmission specialists, Stephens Engineering. When driving at speed for more than ten miles, the Range Rover Sport was reported to go into limp mode. The Range Rover Sport was thoroughly examined in the Stephens Engineering workshop and when we checked the Range Rover Sport fault codes, it revealed there was an e-clutch fault. This particular fault code is a Range Rover Sport fault code which is consistent with using the higher gears.
The Range Rover Sport auto transmission unit was removed and dismantled in the Stephens Engineering workshop. The 2012 Range Rover Sport has a six speed ZF automatic gearbox which is a strong unit that easily deals with the high demands made upon it. During the overhaul of the Range Rover Sport gearbox, the RRS clutches were renewed and up-rated bushes used throughout. The Stephens Engineering specialist workshop manufactures replacement bushes and shims for improved fit and performance. Both the solenoids and the valve body of the Range Rover Sport were also dismantled and carefully cleaned. The Range Rover Sport valve body was then left to run on our test bed in our workshop for about 30 minutes, running at a high temperature. Running the RRS value body at a high temperature for 30 minutes picks up any malfunctions within the unit. The RRS torque converter was rebuilt prior to the RRS gearbox being re-fitted.
The Range Rover Sport codes were re-set and a road test undertaken to ensure all the faults had been rectified. The road test confirmed that all was now well with the Range Rover Sport.
Contact Stephens Engineering, the automatic gearbox specialists for Range Rover Sport gearbox repair in Ware.