The 1995 Land Rover Discovery is a four-door wagon from the British Range Rover firm used a 182-horsepower 4.0-liter V8 engine with a 2-speed transfer case and either a 5-speed manual or optional 4-speed automatic transmission.
The following article/service manual discuss about the electrical system fault diagnosis and repair of 1995 Land Rover Discovery. The electrical system is negative ground, and it is more important to ensure correct polarity of the electrical connections at all times. Any incorrect connection made when reconnecting cables may cause irreparable damage to the semi-conductor devices used in the generator and regulator.
This article is divided into following sections: Description and Operation of the electrical system, Fault Diagnosis, Adjustment, Repair, Overhaul, and Specification Torque. Herein also you will find detail explanation of electronic control unit (ECU) and relays location, anti theft alarm indicator light, engine immobilization warning light, passive coil, bonnet switch, ultrasonic sensor, Fuse box, wiring diagram, etc. Here is a quotation from the fuse box section:
“The fuse box is located on the right side of the engine compartment. The circuits protected and their locations are shown on the side of the fuse box cover. To change a main circuit fuse prise off protective cover A and remove retaining screws. Fuses: heated rear window, sidelights, air conditioning, ABS valve, hazards warning light, fuel pump, fuel injectors. A main circuit fuses: ABS pump, Ignition Circuits, Lights and Generator.” (page 822)
Find more information about 1995 Land Rover Discovery Electrical System Fault Diagnosis and Repair here on page 804 – 873. (source: bauchan.org, howstuffworks.com). Other Land Rover Wiring Diagram you may interest.