Question about 2003 Land Rover Freelander
I have 1998 freelander L series diesel engine turbo, when ever I accelerate as if the engine been choking won't gain speed, it is very hard to overtake. can you help and advice what to do with this problem. I change already the fuel filter, still thesame. thanks from Oz
It's likely an injector problem, a simple method to locate the problem is to use a short section of 8 or 10mm diam.hose dip one end of the hose to the injector lead and the other end to your ears,
you should hear a loud knocking or tapping noise, do it one injector at a time. any injector with a weak or muffled noise is likely faulty injector. replace or dismantle the injector and clean the pin.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Change the air filter too and see.
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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Would really need more details on the vehicle. Petrol / diesel etc
Is the engine management light on? Are there any fault codes?
Power lose while driving is most likely to be caused by the mass air flow meter, leak at a vacuum or intake hose, turbo leak etc.
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