Question about 1998 Land Rover Discovery
This sounds like a failing fuel pump, this would cause low fuel pressure and that would account for the chugging as u call it, if the fuel pump has over or near 100,000 miles it is very likely that it is the problem, the pump is located inside the gas tank, if u replace it also check the fuel pump connector for burned contacts and replace the fuel filter or the manufacturer won't honor the warranty.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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