Question about 2010 Land Rover Range Rover Sport
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The fuel filter is located under the vehicle , below drivers foot well , you will have to remove the plastic shield that connects to the gearbox to get to the filter
Posted on Sep 24, 2014
The HSE designation refers to a Sport Edition 'Rover, not a higher-priced premium edition.
Changing fuel grades can harm an engine that doesn't have computer controlled valve timing.
Symptoms include a pronounced, fast "knock" (usually when you go from 93 to 87 octane) and using a fuel with a higher octane rating than the vehicle requires (example: 93 versus 87) sends unburned fuel into the emissions system and catalytic converter. This puts stress on the emissions system. For some vehicles, a rotten egg smell or a pop when the fuel burns off in the catalytic converter coming from the tailpipe signals use of higher than needed octane gas.
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Posted on Jan 09, 2010
Testimonial: "Thanks alot I shall swop fuels and give her a new set of plugs, plus a timming check. Cheers SDL"
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