Question about 1998 Land Rover Range Rover
Hi this sounds like you have an air leak or a MAF sensor fault to me, what your vehicle is showing is signs of to much air into the system which is making it rev high and come down slowly, have you checked to see if any of the hoses have collapsed on the air system?, or even split around the air filter area leading to the engine, you could have a leaking inlet manifold gasket which is a classic thing with to much air into the system and rough idling, i definitely think you have an air problem...i would opt for the inlet manifold..thing to do is purchase a can of easy start, start up your engine, then spray a little bit in certain areas , if the rpm picks up and runs a little faster, not the area as this is where you will find your leak....hope this helps..please vote thanks
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