Did you ever find out what the problem was and how to solve it. I have a 2008 Landrover with same problem. Someone said it was a computer software problem related to vapor lock. Two Dealers have not been able to resolve it
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I please could someone help me out I am trying to obtain a Key code for my Landrover Visteon CD Player. Visteon Model: 6500 CD-EUROPE Part: 2CFF-18C838-AB Serial: M065510 Any help would be much appreciated Thanks
First let me admit that I haven't worked on a LandRover in years, so I highly recommend that you contact someone that has recent experience.
That being said; it sounds like a throw out bearing failure to me. Although it could be a pressre plate issue, it really doesn't matter since I always recommend that the pressure plate, throw out bearing and clutch plate be replaced at the same time, since a failure of one is an indication the others life span is coming to the end.
Sorry I couldn't be of more help, but my LandRover experience was mainly in the 80s and early 90s
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I would start by looking for the valve on the fuel rail (or at the filter housing), if you disconnected the fuel pipe from the filter feed you will have a lot of air in the system (and diesels do not like air in the feul system) you will need to have someone crank the motor over while you push in on the schrader valve to release the air out of the system until you get fuel to flow steady out of that port (this may take a short period of time), then you should be able to start the vehicle... would also recommend replacing the fuel filter as well. Hope this helps.