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Range rover 4.6

I just changed the coil pack on a 95 4.6hse and now it wont start

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  • spiritmc Mar 06, 2009

    sorted had a blown relay just bad timing

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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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