Question about 1997 Land Rover Discovery
It's an odd fault so I will try my best to think of things you should be looking at, but Im not 100% on this one.
Check around the exhaust manifold and down pipe somthing may be touching it when the car go's up hill. check the lambda sensor wire, and engine loom & wires around this area.
as its a 4x4 I would check the prop shaft is not contacting anything also.
Not much moves back when the car does so it's a tricky fault.
Hope this helps
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