Question about 2004 Land Rover FreeLander
Car apparently has a vibration at about 25 to 30 MPH
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I don't wish to worry you but I think the turbo kicks in at around 2500rpm and it sounds like it isn't doing so, hence the management light coming on. It could be that failing. Be careful here, apparently the turbo uses the engine oil to maintain its operating temperature and if the turbo seals fail in anyway it eats the engine oil, with the resulting total failure of the power unit. So if you do nothing else, keep an eye on the engine oil level. (You may also notice oil smoke out the exhaust as well).
Unfortunately it looks like a trip to the dealer for them to check what the engine management is saying.
Posted on Apr 04, 2009
yeah, don't drive so fast!!!!...seriously i would do what has to be done anyway to start. change fuel filter, air filter, spark plugs, spark plug wires. these have to be done at some point if they haven't been.. if that solves your problem, if not look at fuel pump, injectors.u didn't say if it used to go faster, maybe there is a limiter.
Posted on Jul 24, 2009
These landrovers have a lot of Electrical faults.The first thing i would recomend is to change the switch.Has this is the cheapest option.Hope that works for you.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
SOURCE: Fault code on a 2004
from what research I have found it looks like the glow plugs is the answer to the question of what code # P3505 is.
I hope I helped you in the right direction, it would make sense why it wont start.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
Usually brake light switch. It may be adjustable or may need switch
replacing. Having said that, I've never checked the brake lights when
those warning lights come on. Get a torch and lay an your back in the footwell... shine it on the brake pedal bracket and locate the switch; its a grey thing that looks a bit like a *** lighter and wedged between a load of loose spagettitwist it about 45 degrees anti-clockwise and it should come out, then get hold of the black plunger bit sticking out and pull it out a bit gently!!!it has a sort of ratchet in it, then reconnect it.
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Posted on Jun 06, 2011
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