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Rover 75 diognostic reports fault on cylinder 3 & 4

Dognostic reports fault on cylinders 3 & 4

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  • Brian jewitt
    Brian jewitt Feb 09, 2012

    I have had to get a replacement ECU as the old one was water damaged. All the information was taken of the old one and put onto the replacement. The engine is trying to kick in and splutters and coughs as if it wants to kick in, but wont. It is diesel, so could the relay be at fault??
    I have had a new fuel filter fitted and the fuel is getting through.

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That simply means the #3 and #4 misfires. check the resistance of the coil if it is within the range. if not,replace the coils.
the scan tool tells exactly fault.

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