Question about Land Rover Discovery
Need to change the plug leads to my Discovery-2. Unfortunately the distributor is burried behind the block. Looking for information to enable me to change the set of leads.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
there are 3 things needed for combustion fuel, compression, and spark. if you are missing any one of these you will have a misfire. you can check spark easily by pulling off a wire and making sure it arcs (make sure you are not touching the vehicle while touching the wire or you will get shocked, not enough to kill you, but is painful). to check fuel you can use propane and SLOWLY!!!! open to the intake and if the injector is stopped up it will smooth out (because it will start running on the propane instead of the gas in the car). if you open the propane too quickly the car will stall. the propane almost always works, but i have had a couple of times it didn't. to check compression you would need a compression gauge, compare readings from cylinders, if one is considerably lower than the others you have a valve train or more serious issue.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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