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I have a 02 freelander that i installed a set of heads and timing belts.The vehicle will not start but the fuel rail has pressure.The auto will run for a moment if i feed fuel into the throttle body.Please help I am not that familiar with this vehicle.

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  • kfitzhenry Aug 26, 2010

    where is that located on the head and is this a sensor that is connected to the wiring harness

  • kfitzhenry Aug 26, 2010

    where is this sensor located and does it plug into the harness

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DID YOU PLUG BACK IN THE CAMSHAFT POSITION SENSOR ON CYLINDER HEAD.

Posted on Aug 26, 2010

  • Jonah Oneal Aug 26, 2010

    camshaft position sensor plugs into a male multiplug that goes to a bracket.

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Code PO 193


Fuel Rail Pressure Sensor Circuit high input.
1. Unplug the negative battery terminal connector (black one, NOT red) from the battery and set aside. Doing this will also reset your check engine light as well.

2. Unplug the fuel pump fuse. Check owners manual for proper location in underhood fuse block.

3. Start vehicle and run it until it dies to relieve pressure.
4. Disconnect the electrical connector to the sensor on fuel rail.

5. Remove bolts to fuel rail pressure sensor.

6. Disconnect hose on back of Pressure Sensor.

7. Once everything is disconnected, pull straight up on sensor. Be sure to pull up with a little effort, it has a snug fit. Of note, you will see gasoline when you lift up the FRPS so be careful so as not to let debris fall in there.

8. Install new FRPS and reconnect hose and electrical connector.

9. Put the fuel pump fuse back in.

10. Reconnect negative battery terminal.

11. BEFORE YOU START THE VEHICLE, you need to prime it. Do this by cycling the key to the ON position and Off position several times for the fuel pressure to build back up . Do this 2-3 times then start your vehicle.
CHECK FOR LEAKS, TEST DRIVE FOR ABOUT 10 MILES OR SO AND BE SURE EVERYTHING IS OK AND CHECK ENGINE LIGHT DOES NOT RETURN.
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Jun 14, 2013 | 2005 Ford Escape

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I have a 99 ford escort that has a new fuel pump and timming belt new plugs, wires and new fuel fiter it try to start but only run a sec. and pulls up a 02 sencer code


First of all, there are about 8 different O2 sensor codes for that vehicle. Which of these codes it is setting can make HUGE difference in how you go about diagnosing the vehicle.
There is also no way that there could be an O2 sensor code in KOEO self test unless you have a dead short in your O2 heater circuit. You are most likely pulling ONLY "continuous memory codes". There is no telling how long that code has been in there.

Secondly, you are describing symptoms that sounds like the engine is not getting any/enough fuel. Do you have any fuel pressure at the fuel rail? If so, how much pressure do you have? Please note that "new fuel pump" does not mean that you have the correct fuel pressure at the fuel rail.

Are you sure it is timed correctly?

Are the plug wires wired correctly?

Are you sure it even has gas in the fuel tank?

I would recommend performing a KOEO self-test to eliminate any hard electrical faults before doing ANYTHING else. Please also note that MOST generic OBD code readers CANNOT perform this task.

Sep 11, 2011 | 1999 Ford Escort

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Fuel pressure at rail drops as soon as key off, long crank time starting 1999 c2500 5.3 litre auto trans a/c installed in line check valve close to tank no change no fuel leaks no...


Not positive here but you should have a pressure bypass at the rail where the fuel line and return line hook up. My also have a vacuum line attached.

Nov 01, 2010 | 1999 Chevrolet C2500

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My 2003 malibu with turn over but not start fule pump is getting 55 lbs of pressure at filter and rail if you spray start fluid in it it will start and run until it runs out of start fluid could this be a...


Signs of a Bad Fuel Pressure Regulator
the vehicle will not start, if a bad regulator. Usually, this is a problem that is encountered in the morning when you start your vehicle. Many a times, the engine starts, but stalls shortly after starting. check the fuse and relay for pump. also remove line to fuel pressure regulator and if fuel in line, replace fuel pressure regulator. check for spark and also the timing belt. its one sign of not starting. if car runs fine on spray, I would not say its the timing belt or chain.

Aug 05, 2010 | 2003 Chevrolet Malibu

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P1471


high pressure fuel pump under the rear drivers side wheel arch

Jul 26, 2010 | 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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I JUST INSTALL A GOOD ENGINE ON A 2004 V6


The ECU controls the firing of the injectors based on the position of piston and valves which the Cam and Crank sensors report to the ECU.
Your saying the pump works(b+ at the pump and its buzzing) but there is no residual pressure to start the vehicle and you don't know if the pump can produce the pressure needed to keep the vehicle running.
Well fuel pressure testing is dangerous.
So I'll start with making sure B+ is making it to pump and its buzzing.If pump buzzes then use a fuel pressure gauge and attach it to the schrater valve on the fuel rail and test its residual pressure. Use shop manual to determine if you have the correct residule.
Then do whatever shop manual tells you to test for running fuel pressure.
If dealing with fuel is not your thing then take it to a repair shop. It's safer for one thing

I'm gonna call it at the pump cause if there is no residual pressure that means pump is defective and you will finish burning up pump trying to get the vehicle to start.

May 18, 2010 | 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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Car cranks but will not start after it sets for awhile. Recycle the key 3-4 times and fuel pressure is good it starts and runs fine?


49 PSI (Pounds per Square Inch)

Position the ignition switch and the A/C system in the off position. Install a fuel pressure gauge to the vehicles fuel rail service valve. Confirm that no leaks are present, and place the ignition switch in the run position and utilize a scan tool to energize the fuel pump. This will bring the system to a stabilized fuel pressure that can be visually verified on the gauge.

Oct 25, 2009 | 1998 Plymouth Neon

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I can't find the two rear timing belts freelander 02 2.5 V6


I just did the timing belts on mine; there is one main timing belt that connects to the crank, water pump, tentioner, idler, and to the intake cams on each head. The small timing belts are at each head at the rear of the head where the intake cam belts to the exhaust cams. If you pay like $30 on ALLDATAdiy.com website you can subscribe for an online repair manual for the vehicle; where they have instructions and diagrams. If you look on YOUTUBE under the search for "rover kv6 timing belt replacement" there is films on this engine.

Oct 24, 2009 | 2002 Land Rover Freelander

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Freelander wont start grrrr


This is really one of them that you can spend hundreds and still miss the problem. This is the order that things need to be checked. Start cheap first. But before anything, hook a fuel gauge to the fuel rail and let it run but keep and eye on the pressure. Any eratic movements of the gauge would put the blame on the fuel pump of filter. And have the timing checked. with high miles will need new timing belt. It wouldnt hurt to have a compression test done too. Also is there exhaust coming from the tail pipe adiquitly if not then your catalytic converter is stoped up or about to.

This list does not mean go buy all that. Its just check points for now.


1 air cleaner
2 fuel filter
3 PCV valve
4 throttle sensor.
5 crank and cam sensors
6 MASS airflow sensor
7 spark plug and wires.

sorry for the long to do list but like i said this is one of them probs that could be many things.


Dec 08, 2008 | 2003 Land Rover Freelander

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4.0 litre engine, auto transmission, long cranking time before it starts. When it starts there is a smell of gsoline, rich.


CHECK INJECTOR LEAK DOWN. INSTALL FUEL PRESSURE GAUGE, PRESSURIZE FUEL SYSTEM BY LETTING ENGINE RUN FOR A MINUTE, SHUT ENGINE DOWN, AND OBSERVE FUEL PRESSURE. IT SHOULD NOT DROP BY MORE THAN 15-20 PSI IN A HALF HOUR. IF IT DOES PRESSURIZE FUEL RAIL AGAIN AND REMOVE FUEL RAIL WITH INJECTORS STILL ATTACHED AND LOOK FOR FUEL DRIPPING OUT OF INJECTORS. IF FUEL IS DRIPPING REPLACE INJECTORS AND SEALS.

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