Question about 2000 Land Rover Discovery
What's a disco? Wow! I'm not a certified mechanic, but try disconnecting the air intake hose and having a helper start you car. Soon as it starts spray a dash of AUTO starters fluid (CARB CLEANER) into the intake manifold. Moisture may have accumilated in fuel line. Sometimes when an altinator is going it might act similarlry, but try the low to no cost options first. See if all of your lines are connected tightly. Check the fuses. a blown fuel pump fuse would give your results. Look at the fuel filler hole for moisture as a slight check for tank moisture.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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