Question about Land Rover Freelander
If we talk about 3 pin connector,its main function is to limit the amount of power going through the circuit.
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No start, but it crankes ok= probably fuel or injection
No start, no crank with key in crank position, but it clicks= Loose connection or or corroded terminal and or execcisve voltage drop.
No start,No crank, No click= Starter realted problem most likely. Get somebody to crawl under the vechile and hit the starter with a hammer while you hold the key in the crank position.
No start, Cranks Briefly, and starter kicks out but startor motor still whines= bad starter bendix
No start,cranks slow, and grinds to a hault= dead battery.
If there is no spark, it is most likely either a crank sensor or a cam sensor. A cam sensor will bring up a code, where a crank sensor usually will not. If there are no codes, try replacing the crank sensor. Also, make sure the inertia switch has not been tripped.
If this does not cure the problem, check the fuel pressure definitively and let me know the result.
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Problem: I only have a spark from the #2 coil.
Vehicle purchased from an Auction and would not start. The vehicle would only backfire. When I removed the valve covers I found that one of the rocker arms had popped out. I replace the heads with heads from a 2001 Intrepid 2.7. I used the cams, primary and secondary timing chains from the 1999 heads. Not sure if I used the original primary (left) cam sprocket from the 1999 or one I purchased in a kit from a Dodge dealership. I tried to use the new primary timing chain but it was not the same. The replacement heads were surfaced and a new head gasket was used. When I tried to start the vehicle it had no spark. The vehicle had set at several locations and parts may have been removed or changed.
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