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Freelander ecu The transmission loss astern running when after 30mini.

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No reverse gear automatic gearbox freelander

Have the car scanned by a transmission shop for transmission related fault codes (not all generic scanners will read trans codes) you may have a bad solonoid in the trans valve body?

If the vehicle exceeds 6 mph (10 km/h) in the forward direction, and Reverse (R) gear is selected, the EAT ECU switches on the low clutch timing solenoid valve in the valve block, which drains the fluid from the reverse clutch.
This function prevents the gearbox from engaging reverse gear when the vehicle is moving in a forward direction, so preventing damage to the gearbox We Are Here To Help !Donald Deane MCSE,ASE,CPO

Nov 17, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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1997 Chevy Lumina 3.1. How can I tell if the computer has failed?

Patrick: According to ECU "

Here are the most common symptoms of a bad ECU:

  1. Check Engine Light stays on after resetting
  2. Car was jump started on reverse polarity
  3. Engine turning off for no reason
  4. Water Damage or Fire Damage on the ECU
  5. Apparent loss of spark
  6. Apparent loss of injection pulse or fuel pump
  7. If your alternator overcharged the battery
  8. Intermittent starting problems
  9. Overheating ECU
  10. ECU has Broken Pins
  11. Loss of communication between the ECU and the Scanner
  12. A control module memory checksum error"
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There is a really good article all about crankshaft positioning sensors:
I hope that helps you out!

May 11, 2015 | Chevrolet Chevy Cars & Trucks

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Resetting ecu on Freelander 1.8 petrol

check the timing , but give it a couple of days to reset itself . also check to see if you missed any elec. connectors

Feb 26, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Transmission slipping

If the transmission is slipping then there is only one fix for that condition and that is to rebuilt it.

Jun 25, 2012 | 2005 Land Rover Freelander

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Loss power uphill

check transmission fluid if full but brown and burnt smelling the transmission needs repairs

Apr 13, 2012 | 2004 Land Rover FreeLander

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My 1999 freelander has developed a problem this morning, i was driving at approx60 mph, and the engine seemed to gve a small jolt, and now will not pull, the engine revs but no pull, the fastest it will go...

Check your transmission fluid. It sounds like your transmission may have run on empty, and may be fried. Try topping it off with transmission fluid. If this doesn't fix the problem, you may need a transmission rebuild.

Sep 12, 2011 | 2004 Land Rover FreeLander

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How do you check transmission fluid on 2002 lanrover freelander?

Let the car run for about 10 minutes. You have to crawl under the car and locate the hex bolt on the transmission. You will need a 5 millimeter hex to unscrew it. If fluid comes out when you unscrew the hex bolt, then you are fine. If not then you need to top it off. Use LRN402 transmission fluid.

Apr 07, 2011 | 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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My gl320 jerking as if it is not getting enough fuel. It is with the oem at the moment but they can not seem to find the problem. It only happens when you accelerating when you put the pedal flat. if you...

Surely it's still under warranty.
I assume this is an automatic transmission.

You say it jumps into "limp" mode, which might mean a transmission problem. An ECU problem generally switches the ECU control to open-loop mode, which usually results in a loss of power rather than jerking.

The jerking under full load suggests to me that the transmission is "hunting" i.e. switching between adjacent gears because of a mechanical, hydraulic or electronic problem.

The Mercedes technicians KNOW what they are doing, and will be checking
  • the ECU and transmission computer (TCU) for the latest firmware versions
  • transmission control sensors
  • if required, removal of the transmission pan for internal inspection
  • the ABS system for any oddities in operation
  • the torque converter
The ECU, TCU and ABS systems all interact in subtle ways that may not be mechanically obvious.

You must understand that they will be reluctant to replace or rebuild the transmission unless they are absolutely certain of the necessity. They may also be unable to duplicate the problem. This is not uncommon.

Jan 04, 2011 | 2007 Mercedes-Benz GL320 CDI

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Poor idle and stalling td4 freelander

verify for intake manifold leaks, spark plugs, flow meter. do an ecu scan!!

Jun 01, 2010 | 2003 Land Rover Freelander

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