Question about 2000 Land Rover Range Rover
1992 Holden V6 wagon running on lpg, the engines simply stops when the drivers foot is lifted off the accelerator after being driven along at a constant speed, mostly happens on slowing for corners or going down hill. Have spent over $700 so far, no one seems to be able to find the problem ?? Vehicle went in for a tune up and came back with this problem, it was only running rough when it went in, not "running out of fuel", which is what it seems like.
Any ideas would be greatly appreciated and maybe oout mechanic can learn some thing from it as well !!!?
Reg, Victoria, Australia.
If the filter has already been changed, then the pressure regulator, which also acts as the vaporiser, must be suspect. It is equipped with a soleniod valve that shuts of the flow when the engine is not running,or if it thinks its not running.
Posted on Feb 06, 2009
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