Land Rover Freelander 2 Window Problems

In the sport utility vehicle category, few manufacturers have the same brand recognition as Land Rover. The Freelander 2 is an expansion on Land Rover’s commitment to rugged, yet stylish luxury vehicles. These sport utilities come standard with navigation system, Bluetooth and a host of other power accessories. Though Land Rover has taken great care to include every creature comfort, these accessories often cause problems for Freelander owners.

The power windows on the Freelander 2 prove to be especially troublesome for some Land Rover drivers. The windows may sudden stop working on either the driver or passenger side or they may become stuck halfway up or down. No amount of fiddling with the control will help. And taking the interior of the door off to roll the window up the rest of the way can be quite a chore.

This issue is very common among Freelander’s and usually is caused by a faulty window regulator. The chip in the regulator wears out and the window is essentially ‘frozen’ in position. Any repair involving electrical wiring can be tricky in the Freelander, as computer software monitoring is present in almost every system. Because it can be difficult to get the repair correct, we suggest taking your vehicle to a licensed professional.

The certified mechanics at your local independent Land Rover specialist have the experience necessary to tackle electrical problems or any other issues you may be experiencing with your Freelander 2. They will save you time and money by quickly and efficiently repairing your vehicle.

Search for a local, independent Land Rover repair shop with Land Rover mechanics that have dealer-level expertise at a fraction of the expense.