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  1. ongoing intermittent misfire

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Did say the new coil pack was likely faulty :wink: Britpart.. aka S**tpart ! Go to a main stealer ?? There's loads of alternative suppliers out there rather than be fleeced by a main stealer who will not carry it in stock and need to order it anyway Try. Britcar, John Craddock, Paddock...
  2. Airbag MOT Fail

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    sounds like someone has tried to be cheeky and pull the bulb to get it through an MOT... the bulb not lighting up will be a fail. quite possibly it could be the rotary coupler at the steering wheel has failed preventing the system to fault check the steering wheel airbag with a resistor open...
  3. rear seat lock down failure

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    i had this happen to one of our P38's i cant remember what i did, but fiddled around cycling the mechanism actuator while rotating the locking cam with a screwdriver acting as the striker and freed it up. never had a problem with it since. didn't take anything apart just some fiddling and...
  4. ongoing intermittent misfire

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    1 and 4.. i would look at a faulty coil pack
  5. ongoing intermittent misfire

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    earth leads for the head at the back of the block. 13mm bolt IIRC you got the injector leads in the right injectors and the right HT lead from the coil pack to the right plug ? i don't see how you can damage the loom or connectors the supply the coils there's not a huge amount of play on them...
  6. ongoing intermittent misfire

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    did you have the intermittent misfire before the HG replacement ? I've had a pattern part coil pack fail very quickly and reverted to the original bosch ones (i replaced the coil pack after my HG rebuild but kept the OEM coil packs as they were fine so thought keep them as a spare.) the...
  7. Misfire at 2500 RPM

    Range Rover Classic
    Hi RR London, yes to both. new coil to dizzy lead changed with the old HT leads (not that old) yes it is showing on the strobe when runs (not above 2500 RPM though :-) )
  8. Misfire at 2500 RPM

    Range Rover Classic
    new amp 500 miles ago, and remotely located !
  9. Misfire at 2500 RPM

    Range Rover Classic
    sorry.. forgot to mention that. its giving a nice strong spark
  10. Misfire at 2500 RPM

    Range Rover Classic
    I've been having joy with a misfire on a 1990 Classic Lucas Hotwire.. it was running fine on one day, then the next day it was used was misfiring. i've trouble shot as much as i can and now stumped as it's gone from misfire to no start and clutching at straws now and thinking Fuel pressure...
  11. my 92 Classic build

    Range Rover Classic
    You were saying.. :)
  12. 88 rrc gross polluter - yay!

    Range Rover Classic
    what's the mileage? If HC is high at idle that could indicate that there is unburned fuel coming through the exhaust. may need a little bit of tune up with some plugs? what does it tick over at.. have you checked the timing ?
  13. Rover just quits sometimes

    Range Rover Classic
    Stepper motor ?
  14. Hit and run

    Range Rover Classic
    ok.. so to get this straight. you're walking a girl to her car after a date, and another girl takes out the window of your rangie. You telling the whole story here buddy? :shhh:
  15. Split top hose advice

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Sorry to hear that.. however.. the good news is replacing the HG is pretty easy, get the ancilliaries off, pull the plenem, pull the heads. get it machined, new head gasket, new valley gasket, new bolts, new rocker cover gaskets, new oil, filter and coolant and it'll be good, if you pre -order...
  16. Flat battery (Again)

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I just posted in your other thread.. also check the voltage output on the alternator. if the output is low or high it will toast a battery new or not. A faulty regulator on one of my P38's was putting out too much voltage a toasted the battery. on my classic the voltage was slightly low so...
  17. Split top hose advice

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    It is a bit of a pain getting the system bled of air, very much doubt something like HGF. you did get close though. going back to your orgional issue with the battery. the P38 doesnt take to battery weakness at all. check the voltage output of the alternator and also the battery. a weak...
  18. deeper problem with and from a 95 classic 3.9

    Range Rover Classic
    Use a compression tester to check before going all out. as a side note when i did the heads on my 3.9 i torqued up gradually in the recommended pattern.. left overnight and checked the torques the next day (all was good) with no additional torque required) did you go for the tin HG or the...
  19. Auxillary Gauges

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    He's in North Wales.. Not New South Wales.. You'll have to explain what bright sun is.. or post a pic `)
  20. Has anyone replaced a headlight switch on a '92 classic RR?

    Range Rover Classic
    Dude. !! Time to learn. you'll start off with simple simple things like changing a switch.. then you'll progress on to oil changes, brake pad changes and before you know it, you'll be replacing alternators and pulling head gaskets without a thought. A journey of a thousand miles begins...
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