Frequently Asked Questions - Land Rover
This was a bug that has been fixed in version 3.23 of the Rover application.
This could be a simple user error. For the activations to work on this system the climate control system must be switched to 'AUTO' on. This is quite common on other non Land Rover systems as well.
After some research we have found that later Freelander models (2003 on) have a variant of the currently supported Teves ABS system. We have updated the Land Rover application to include this variant in release 3.20.
You must ensure that all vehicle doors, tailgate and bonnet are closed to allow the system to operate correctly. As a safety measure the ECU will not allow any suspension height changes until these requirements have been met.
We have found that the diagnostic mode on a Freelander can often prevent communications if the vehicle has been left un-locked for a certain length of time. We would always advise locking the vehicle using the remote 'plip' and leaving for a couple of minutes before re-attempting communication.
Using the MT-Pro Landrover Pro-Line software it is possible to change the configuration of the BCM on a P38 model. This will allow changes such as whether Front Fog lamps are fitted or not. What this function can not offer is the programming of a new body control module.