Check plugs......check that you grounded both sides of the fuel wire harness to STEEL....not the manifold because it is aluminum...not a good metal for electricility....you will blow the fuel pump fuse and relay....check both....about $10 bucks and change
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1. Disconnect battery, neg lead, you must wait 2 minutes after car is turned off before doing so,
2. Remove ignition coil pack from spark plug
3. Remove plug,
4. Gap new plugs, torque to 23 ft/lbs
5. Refit ignition coils
6. Reconnect battery neg lead
Cylinders (front to rear) -
Left bank 1-3-5-7
Right bank 2-4-6-8
(right side coil pack)
Position 1=cylinder 6
Position 2=cylinder 4
Position 3=cylinder 7
Position 4=cylinder 1
(Left side coil pack)
Position 1=cylinder 3
Position 2=cylinder 5
Position 3=cylinder 8
Position 4=cylinder 2
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Yes, on a 1996 Range Rover there is just a couple of bolts and the coil pack assy comes right off.
The cylinders are numbered on the coil pack. The 1996 has 1 coil pack for all the cylinders.
1999 -2002 has 2 coil packs which can also be replaced with everything still assembled but it is much more difficult and it can take a qualified technician upto 2 hours to replace them
what have you replaced with your tune up? should change plugs and plug wires, as well as the fuel filter, and air filter. the plugs should be set to factory spec.. be absolutely sure you've got the correct wires going to the correct plugs. the coil packs are a pain to get to but if all else fails, it may be time to replace them.
As you look at the engine - Spark plugs first......on the left side of engine.......front to back.......2, 4, 6, 8 (even right),....2 goes to the left coil...top left.....4 goes to the right coil....top left......6 goes to the right coil...bottom left....8 goes to the left coil....bottom left....NOW....right side......front to back......1, 3, 5, 7 (odd left).....one goes to right coil....bottom right.....three goes to left coil....top right......five goes to left coil....bottom right....and seven goes to right coil....top right....hope it helps