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MK



Member Since: 28 Aug 2008
Location: Santiago
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Chile 2007 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SW Chawton White
Total disaster. Flooded Defender 2.2

Gents

An acquaintance´s 2013 110Sw went undersea for a while......yeah, quasi total disaster.

Anyway, once rescued he dismantled almost totally.

I am looking for both instrument panel and alarm module. TBH I am not sure what model of immobilizer were used on the 2013 models.

State of the ecu is unknown yet. I will test it in a week or so when he brings his Defender to my town.

Any help to point me to a salvage yard or it would be much apreciated.

Thanks

MK

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Race.it



Member Since: 27 Aug 2019
Location: Algeciras
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Spain 2010 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SW Alaska White

Thought the 2013 was the black one (not the green one) Searching for my first Defender...and started just as Covid hit, so talk about timing.

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Race.it



Member Since: 27 Aug 2019
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Spain 2010 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SW Alaska White

Still called a as10 though. Searching for my first Defender...and started just as Covid hit, so talk about timing.

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Julie



Member Since: 07 Oct 2017
Location: Nantes
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France 2012 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 SW Keswick Green
Re: Total disaster. Flooded Defender 2.2

MK wrote:
I am looking for both instrument panel and alarm module. TBH I am not sure what model of immobilizer were used on the 2013 models.


JLR just sell the novel black ALM ECUs that may also replace the older 10AS ECUs

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Ianh



Member Since: 17 Sep 2018
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Mine is a 2013 110 and has the 10as alarm module. Some versions have the ALM module. The way to tell is the 10as
Has a green case and uses the black standard remote the ALM module has a black case and uses a remote with a chrome insert along the side. Even with the 10AS there are two types, the one with central locking has an inertia switch on the circuit board. The only new type you can get is the ALM module with a black case and new type key fob.

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Ianh



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Looking at the remote key site https://remotekey.co.uk/land-rover-keys-re...larm-ecus/ it seams their are 3 versions of the alarm unit.
1. The 10AS module used up until circa 2012. This is green and uses the Lucas fobs.
2. A clone of the 10AS unit used between circa 2012 and 2014. This is black and uses the Lucas key fobs as per 1. above.
3 The ALM module , a different unit used between circa 2014 and 2016. This has the different fobs with the chrome strip down the side and a separate receiver unit attached externally to the ALM module to work with the fobs.

Now I assumed I had the green 10AS as I have the old style fob, and everything I have found on the nanocom site states there is either the green 10AS or the ALM. No mention of the black 10AS clone.

The issue is remotekey state there is an issue with the clone unit in that it can freeze if the main battery gets too low or dies which means you can’t start vehicle, requires them to repair at circa £250, and diagnostic tools can’t fix the problem and if you try they can’t then fix it ?

I will have a look to see what colour my alarm unit is, hoping it’s green as my 110 is a 2013 but with landrover you never know what’s actually fitted until you look as it all depends what was in the parts bin at manufacture.

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MK



Member Since: 28 Aug 2008
Location: Santiago
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Chile 2007 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SW Chawton White

thank you gents

It turned the immobilizer is of the late type ALM/CH12. Anyway, given the cost of sending this unit to the UK or Europe for repair I will probably get a modified AS10 without the immobilizer funtion.

Still need the instrument cluster unit though. Big Cry Puma 110" SW

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chris h



Member Since: 09 Nov 2009
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United Kingdom 2009 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SVX Station Wagon Santorini Black

I have this instrument cluster taken off a LHD 2008 SW that I imported. Virtually unused.
If you want to buy it. PM me. It is in the UK though.




 2009 110 SVX 60th Anniversary - Santorini Black
1978 Morgan Plus 8 - Gunmetal

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MK



Member Since: 28 Aug 2008
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Chile 2007 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SW Chawton White

pm sent Puma 110" SW

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