Question about 1998 Land Rover Discovery
Cutting out at around 2000 rpm, to 1750 or 1500 rpm. just replaced all 4 o2 sensors still doing it. Bleeding more fuel than usual.New plugs still doing it. what is the problem ?Please !!!!!!!!!
Hi same Problem too dosnt really miss just cuts out at the same rev range, weve got new coil,leads,cap, dizzy button gonna double check the plugs tomorow but i am thinking maybe a dirty fuel filter or and issue with the dizzy in the module or wiring somwhere along the lines, if not i am thinking also that maybe the MAF meter may be shagged and over fuelling cos it does smell like its running very rich and u can smell the fuel coming out the pipe sometimes
if u find anything else let us know how u go, i will post back on how i go :-)
Posted on Jan 18, 2013
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