Signs of DSC Failure While Driving Your Land Rover in Atlanta
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  • Signs of DSC Failure While Driving Your Land Rover in Atlanta

    Posted on May 12, 2020 by europeanseradmin
    Land Rover Car

    As a manufacturer, Land Rover produces some of the world’s most reliable vehicles. By design, they are built to endure rough driving conditions in ways typical SUVs would often struggle to meet. This allows their drivers to push Land Rovers to their limits through all kinds of weather and over many different types of terrain.

    The added ability to carry passengers comfortably and effortlessly also gives Land Rover the chance to offer a luxury ride to everyone with the knowledge that their vehicles are robust enough to handle the rough treatment that naturally comes with offroading and adventuring in the outdoors. But even the hardiest of machines are subject to faults, and Land Rovers are no different.

    The popularity of these vehicles make them easy to spot on the roads. Their build-quality and reliability make them excellent for everyday use and they keep drivers feeling safe behind the wheel. But constant use can increase the level of wear and tear to Land Rovers, leading to mechanical and technological problems with the vehicle.

    Failure of the Dynamic Stability Control (DSC) system is one of the most commonly-known problems with the Land Rover, and it is also potentially one of the most dangerous. Let’s discuss why that happens and also where to go for help, should you need repair of your DSC system.

    The Function of Dynamic Stability Control

    DSC is responsible for the optimization of the Land Rover experience, ensuring both driver and passenger safety as well as basic comfort, whether driving on the road or adventuring in the outdoors.

    It works in tandem with many of the Land Rover’s systems via sensors installed throughout the vehicle and constantly monitors the vehicles speed, the status of each individual wheel, and longitude and latitude accelerations of the vehicle.

    The DSC can fail as a result of a number of causes, but a faulty battery connection, or even a low battery is usually the most frequent problem encountered by drivers and engineers. However, due to the necessary sensitivity of the DSC, even a lowered level of brake fluid can cause a failure to occur.

    Common Signs of Failure

    • Driving-related abnormalities, such as vehicle instability or problems using the cruise control. The DSC is used to regulate the vehicle’s speed according to road conditions, working to prevent occurrences such as fishtailing, hydroplaning, and vehicle drift.
    • Trouble steering. If the vehicles DSC is preventing it from monitoring road conditions, this will hinder the vehicle’s ability to automatically avoid understeering or oversteering.
    • Failure in the vehicle’s Anti-lock Brake System (ABS). This unit works hand-in-hand with the DSC, and it is designed to prevent your vehicle’s wheels from locking up when the brakes are heavily applied, enabling the driver to retain control of the vehicle and not skid out of control.
    • Modern models of Land Rovers may include a light on the dashboard for DSC or ABS failure, indicating a potential fault that must be investigated. Because of the direct connection between the vehicle’s DSC and ABS, a fault indicated with one may mean a fault with the other as well.

    Ignoring the signs of DSC failure is dangerous. Without this unit, many of the safety features of the vehicle will not function correctly. This puts everyone on the road at risk, because DSC failure can lead to the loss of control of the vehicle.

    If you experience any of these issues with your Land Rover, then you must seek the help of a specialist as soon as possible. They will help you determine the causes of any failures and fix any problems there may be with your vehicle.

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    European Service Center is here to help

    European Service Center is the largest European repair company in the US. We are a family owned and operated company and have facilities throughout Georgia in Alpharetta, Chamblee, Cumming, Norcross, Dunwoody, Buckhead, Roswell, and Atlanta. Each of our facilities is staffed by friendly, knowledgeable, expert engineers dedicated to providing you with quality work and superior customer service. Whether you need maintenance, repairs, or full replacements of parts, you can rely on us to deliver the best service. Call us or drop into one of our facilities to speak with a technician. We look forward to working with you.

    * Land Rover Car image credit goes to: kurmyshov.