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Have a code p1170 engine shut down solonoid and

2003 range rover hse have a code p1170 engine shut down solonoid and while driveng engine just quit it started and ran rough can you help

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2003 Range Rover HSE shut off while going down the road. The battery light came on about 30 miles before.


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What does the code p1170 mean for a 2004 range rover?


P1170 = Front heated O2 sensor no inversion (stuck).
means that the signal isn't increasing like its supposed to. Most likely the O2 sensor is bad. It could also be a short or that the wires aren't plugged in all the way.

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I like to know what does exactly it means .

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I have a 2003 Range Rover HSE, am getting an ERROR CODE P0171 and P0174. What could this be and how can I fix it?


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Can I use Castrol 20W-50 engine oil in 2004 Range Rover HSE 4.4,ran for 102300 mile,instead of Castrol Edge 20w-40 where ambint temp range is 32-132 F


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Changing fuel grades can harm an engine that doesn't have computer controlled valve timing.
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More info on your problems here, as well as useful links:

http://www.rangerovers.net/newrremedies.htm

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