Question about 1995 Land Rover Range Rover
Hello a little help needed , my range rover dont want to start since the snow fell , this is what ive tried; taken the spark plugs out cleaned & gapped, taken the petrol fuse out & turned over then put it back together & still dont want to start, checked the spark its good but not a blue spark but orange if that makes a diffence so all i want to check is the firing order from the coils to the plugs ,i know its 18436572 but i need to know how the firing order goes from the coils to the plugs if your looking into the engine , all help would be much appreciated .
Passenger side front to rear 2,4,6,8, driver side 1,3,5,7. Distributer rotates clockwise. Number 1 is usually marked on the cap.
Leads for distributor cap should be connected as illustrated.
RH - Right Hand side of engine, when viewed from rear.
LH - Left Hand side of engine, when viewed from rear.
Posted on Feb 06, 2010
I had the same prob on a disco 3.9 v8 with lpg conversion !!! turned out to be the coil not givin enough spark !! also try the ballast pack that shouldnt be to far away from the coil !!!
Posted on Feb 13, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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