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In 2002, the third-generation model was introduced which saw the model move further up-market. Planned and developed under BMW ownership the third generation was to share components and systems with the BMW 7 Series.

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Where is transfer box relay location?

No relay - control module behind battery

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Michael West what year and what model is this? What are you referring too with the "Transfer Box relay"? What does or does it not do?

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Michael West okay so you found what you were looking for?

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If it is a 4wd or AWD and you are talking about the transfer case, it is under the vehicle. They used to be between the gearbox and the rear diff. Now I suspect it is all electronic.

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If you are referencing a relatively new Range Rover up to 2012 model year, it does not have a Transfer Case relay in a physical sense. All T-case related functions are controlled by a Transfer Case Control Module. All functions once ran by a relay in older models (Say switching from low to high range) is now transistor controlled by the computer. I would suggest having the vehicle diagnosed by a technician using Symptom Driven Diagnostics (SDD) software to isolate whether the problem is Sensor, Switch wiring or actuator related.

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