When ehicle fails to start a swift wack to the main engine fuse box normally gets it going. The fuse box and all the relays there in have all been replced which cured the fault for around 3 months however it is now happening again.
It has been in to a Land Rover Dealer and several indepenant garages all of which give a different diagonise but never actually manage to fix it. The Starter motor and started soleniod are fine as it can be started when an independant voltage is put across the solenoid.
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You havn t posted a model/year for your question. On a P38a, you will find the fuel filter on the underside of the curbside of the vehicle. Just about underneath the rear passenger feet. It's about the size of a can of peas and is mounted by a single strap bracket to vehicle frame. Don't forget the jackstands even though you may have ample clearance as the EAS is continually monitoring and adjusting vehicle height even when ignition off.
Very likely the fuel pump has failed, if you mean you tapped on the gas tank and it finally started. When a pump fails, sometimes rapping on the tank will re-energize it briefly or maybe even a couple of times before it gives out for good. If you were tapping on the gas pedal, though, and it just started, your mechanic will have to look at it. Too many electrical fault possibilities, Scott, it needs proper diagnosis to find the p[roblem.
The side one are relatively easy to change after removing the exhaust manifolds but there are two at the back of the engine on the V8 and to replace them means either taking the engine or transmission out. See this pic of the back of my engine: http://p38arover.com/rover/p38a/pix/4.6%20rear.jpg
my 1993 range rover will not start when i turn the ignition, no dash lights, can not put it in gear, no power to the windows or seats. It has not shown any signs but it started and cut off and now nothing. The horn blows, head kights come on, the alarm engages when i lock with remote. Do fuses or the ignition control this? What could it be????????
i have had this a couple of times, when they have diff trouble etc i take them to a place covered in shingle on concrete. when i figure of eight them around so everything is working hard i can detect which diff or what ever is wrong.
now when u do this for a certain amount of time, (some differ) u have to understand what happens, when round a roundabout, the wheels closer to the roundabout are turning slower, outter wheels faster as they have further to travel, this abs traction control are programmed to see it.
when u figure of 8 it gets mixed up, i have had three now had them reset and bingo. I know your abs sensors are fine as light goes like u said. the most expensive bits are working.
also i would like to add, i changed a battery on 1, the owner claimed the same prob. u have to bear in mind she could be pulling a fast 1. anyway i had it reset at my own expense as could not reason with hear, it was cured.
so there is other things there somewhere that up sets it, if u keep on figuring 8 it this does.