Question about 1994 Land Rover Discovery
Getting ligths and other power, but car will not fire. Getting a spark from the plugs, which incidently are fairly new. Replaced fuel filter with new one and cleaned out petrol to ensure no blockage - still will not start
Have looked for the path of the fuel line so i can fully check. Can spot it when i look under the vehicle, but cannot find under the bonnet
Aply carburetor cleaner to intake while some one crak it, if you can keep it runing with carburetor cleaner then fuel pump is not good
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
Try taking the air cleaner assembly off you might not be getting enough air to engine
if this is the case then the throttle body needs to be maintenanced
heres another suggestion it just hasnt sucked gas to the engine to crank over sometimes they help
go out buy an electric fuel pump
find the fuel inlet source to engine hook up electric fuel pump
attach only ground to something in engine compartment
then get a can so that when gas comes out it has something to go into
tap the electric fuel pump power lead to the positive of battery let run till gas comes out make sure not to spark your working with gas
once gas becomes present detach electric fuel pump all the way set aside
hook gas line back to port and then start vehicle this should start
also with fuel filters there are 3 on a vehicle
one in engine compartment
one on chassis back by the tank
and one in the tank called the sending unit this has a filter in the tank this one could be clogged
make sure these filters are in the right position with gas flow flowing in right direction
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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OTHER THAN A MECHANICAL PROBLEM THERE ARE 2 THINGS THAT KEEP YOUR CAR FROM RUNNING, 1 No Spark, 2 No fuel. To check fuel open the air intake and squirt a little fuel into the air intake if the car starts or at least fires you probably have a loss of fuel.. The spark problem, You need to find out if the spark plugs are firing.. if they are not firing the car will not start.. THEN YOU MUST FIND OUT WHY THERE IS NO FUEL OR NO SPARK, BUT FIRST Isolate the system THAT IS NOT functioning.
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