Atlantic British Ltd. Repair & Maintenance Academy How-To Video: Is your car alarm mysteriously going off in the middle of the night? Watch Doug, our Land Rover Master Technician, as he replaces the likely culprit, the faulty Alarm Switch in the Hood Latch Assembly of your 2005-2009 LR3. Using part # LR065340G, which is Land Rover's new design that includes the entire latching fixture with the alarm switch. This parts replacement is also valid on the Range Rover Sport '06-'09. Please refer to video addressing LR041431OEM if installing just the alarm switch component ( part # LR041431OEM ) into existing latch assembly. Questions about this video? Call us at 1-800-533-2210 or contact us via live chat.
(Total of 16 customer reviews) | Review this item
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 11-15-2017
By: Dave Scarola
This part solved the issue with my car alarm going off spontaneously. It was easy to install. This saved a lot of money.
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 09-04-2017
By: Dan Steiner
Very easy to install and fixed the issue. Perfect fit and had everything needed. Great video that walked me through the installation.
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 08-24-2017
By: david hulata
Went in nicely. Seems to have fixed the spontaneous bonnet alarm problem
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 07-27-2017
By: John Kerr
Switch was only few dollars less than latch with switch, so new whole thing. This got rid of the "Bonnet Open" warning display. Mark the location of the old latch and fit the new one as close as possible. Will save some adjusting.
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 05-01-2017
By: Daniel Gelinas
Watched the video Installed the part It actually took more time to watch the video than actually change the part Thanks guys
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 03-07-2017
By: WILLIAM M PINKSTON
Great product. Works as it should. The price was fair but shipping was too high.
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 05-01-2016
By: Alicia Cuneo
Had the latch within 3 days of order! I was able to replaced the latch in less than 25 minutes after watching the quick YouTube video!!! Thanks AB for providing the video so I am able to work on my own truck!
4 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 02-12-2016
By: Richard McBride
Great customer service Part fit perfect as described Would recommend to others
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 01-22-2016
By: Alberto Wilde
I constantly had the message that the Bonnet was open, in addition, the alarm will go off without any apparent reason. Since I changed this part, both problems got resolved. I like the fact that the switch and latch are integrated making it more solid than the previous part.
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 12-25-2015
By: John Doub
Opened the hood, removed the grill, unplugged and removed the latch, reinstalled, viola! Done in about 25 minutes. No more random alarms for almost two weeks now. The neighbors are happy and security at work is happy. Thanks, AB!
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 10-26-2015
By: Jeff Roller
I received the part very quickly. I did watch the very informative video just to be sure everything would go smoothly. I recommend doing so also. it took about 20 minutes to complete the job. If your alarm is randomly going off this will more than likely solve the problem. It did for me, no more false alarms! Thanks
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 09-30-2015
By: Ben Leffler
I replaced a defective hood latch sensor on my 2005 LR3 with this one, and it worked perfectly. The bad hood latch sensor kept making my alarm go off, but this resolved the issue.
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 07-05-2015
By: John Scott
Watching the video for installation made this install relatively easy (more on that later) and as the video noted, when you compare the old and new switch, you can see why they recommend replacing the whole integrated unit. On the installation: The video demonstrated the procedure on an LR3, which has a fairly easily removed front grille (and once the grille is off, the installation is identical to my LR2). However (cautionary note), on the LR2 this requires removing at least the right side bumper fasteners to get enough access to get to the switch, to include the headlight. This isn't a huge deal, but a little more effort than the LR3. There's a YouTube video for LR2 bumper removal. HTH
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 05-26-2015
By: Jake Halliday
Installing this item solves so many issues and embarrassing alarms. BUT, I am an LR2 owner, and the installation is way more complex than other models. If I had known, I would probably just have shorted out the sensor connector. But having my neighbors stop by to see the whole front end dropped off the Landover added to the satisfaction of this adventure. Purchase was perfect, will use again.
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 03-18-2015
By: Oscar Ochoa
I reviewed one of your videos that accompany the newsletter. It showed what the problem might be and how to fix it yourself. The video guide you step by step on how to install the part. Great video! It has resolved the problem I was having with my alarm. Thanks
5 out of 5 stars | Date Posted: 03-02-2015
By: Yiannis Zographou
Easy and cost effective fix. Saved a bunch of money fixing it with the video that was on the Atlantic British website over taking it to a dealer.
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