Question about 2003 Land Rover Freelander
Could be a number of things; cam shaft position sensor, fuel pump, O2 sensors, even VSS (vehicle speed sensor). The code you mention states:
P1471 Land Rover Variable inlet manifold motor 1.Short circuit to V Batt. (vehicle battery?).
P1472 Land Rover Variable inlet manifold motor 2.Short circuit to V Batt.
I suspect it could be an electrical short with one of the sensors. Someone suggested you have your fuel pressure checked.
Posted on May 29, 2010
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