Question about Land Rover Range Rover
This also happened to my P38, parked at night ok and next morning nothing.
I had a BBS faultmate which when connected told me that 'the engine ecu had not received the code from the BeCu in the specified time'.
I'd had enough by this time and sold the car and the new owner send both these ecus away to get reprogrammed (at a cost).
This may or may not be your problem, it could be an immobiliser fault but being a P38 (loved mine by the way despite all it's foilbles!!) it could be any one of a number of things.
Really without diagnostics your p***ing into the wind with a lot of the faults in a P38 I'm sorry to say.
Sorry not to be more of a help and good luck with it.
Posted on Oct 15, 2009
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