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  1. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    When I search for a Rover v8 on car part I see the following 3 options for both 4.0 engines: low emissions, (VIN 5, 7th digit) standard emissions, (VIN 2, 7th digit), secondary air injection standard emissions, (VIN 2, 7th digit), w/o secondary air injection For 4.6 engines there are: low...
  2. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    It has failed its emissions test at MOT on CO excessivelyhigh something like about 5.5 on petrol (it was difficult last year to getthrough), HC were under the 200mark. It has LPG and that runs OK andits emissions are fine on LPG which is what I suspected. It blew a cylinder head gasket about 8...
  3. Range Rover Classic
    Hey Folks- Got one for ya. Looking for some places to start, maybe see if anyone else has dealt with it. Got my emissions test done today. Passed HC test, but failed CO / carbon monoxide test. Results as following idle mode limit - 1.2 / actual = 3.64 RPMs - 636 cruise mode limit - 1.2...
  4. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Ok, so after my topend rebuild last month, I am getting the following Service Engine codes that appear. P0150 O2 circuit (bank 2, sensor 1) P0455 Evap emission system leak detected (gross leak/no flow) P0174 System too lean, (bank 2) A few weeks ago, I got the P0455 and the P0174 codes. I read...
  5. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I just purchased a 2006 Range Rover Supercharged and ran it through emissions, only to fail. I want to list my codes below and present the info I've found on them and get some thoughts. P2402 -- This appears to be "evaporative emission system leak detected." After some reading, it appears...
  6. Range Rover Classic
    Just failed the emission test. All the levels were good except for hydrocarbons released while idling, and t's 3x's the legal limit. When I got it back from the guy who tested it, a check engine light had came on and its code 48 (IACV), I just replaced it and set the base idle. I reset the...
  7. General Chatter
    A thought occurred to me as I read that VW/Audi has just been busted by the EPA for installing defeat software in their diesel TDI ECUs to spoof US emissions tests, and that other as-yet unnamed manufacturers are being investigated for the same thing. Is it possible that TD6 vehicles that are...
  8. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hey guys im new to the form have always lurked here for very useful information but its time i make my own post I have a 2002 p38 (bosch engine of course) well a couple of weeks ago i decided to change my spark plugs due to the fact i was only getting 15mpg i used ngk iridium plugs all went...
  9. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    NAS Recall P39 - 2010-2012 Emissions / Engine MIL illuminated This fairly obscure recall popped up on TopiX a couple of days ago, if you own a 2010-12 with NA or SC 5-liter V8 engine, chances are you are affected. Check your VIN with the indicated range to make sure. Like all recalls, you...
  10. Range Rover Sport / L320
    NAS Recall P39 - 2010-2013 Emissions / Engine MIL illuminated This fairly obscure recall popped up on TopiX a couple of days ago, if you own a 2010-13 with NA or SC V8 engine, chances are you are affected. Check your VIN with the indicated range to make sure. Like all recalls, you are likely to...
  11. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hello, I have an upcoming Emissions Test, would anyone know if I need to check anything prior to this test to see if everything is within specs? I have the IIDToolBT, if that matters. Thanks
  12. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    HI All Aussie thor engines seem to have the unused airline connector in the inlet manifold as pictured. I was wondering how it was held in? I tried turning it gently and it turned, but didn't seem to unscrew. I am thinking this the perfect spot to mount the temperature sensor for my electric...
  13. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi Internet First post so i'll say a quick hello and thank you. I bought my 1999 4.6 hse a couple of months ago VERY cheap with an EAS fault and thanks to the search I've managed to get it going (valve block rebuild, replaced knackered driver, manually operating with jumpers, new thermal cutoff...
  14. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have a 1998 P38 4.0 which has seriouslyfailed it’s MOT emissions. The vehicleshows no sign of a performance problem apart from recently, when sooty blackdeposits have been evident on the garage floor and fuel consumption hasworsened but it usually isn’t good as my journey to work is only 2.5...
  15. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I took my 1995 4.0 for it's MOT yesterday and although at the time it was running on petrol, the tester has obviously noticed the LPG system and performed an LPG test which means it's the non CAT test. The results though wouldn't have passed on the normal petrol test so I want to try and fix...
  16. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi all I have a 1995 4.6 range rover which has failed it's MOT due to its emissions the HC Hydro Carbons are reading 2. Something has any one any ideas as to what I can do. It has been de- catted by its previous owner and has been standing for the last 2years but has been run up regular!!!!:?
  17. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi Folks, Was lucky over the weekend to lay my hands on a CreaderVI and was able to read the following codes P1316 and P1314 The symptoms noticed was the smell of fuel once the engine is running. Anybody have any idea with the codes stated above what the possible fault is? Feedback is very...
  18. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi guys, So I have a code indicating an Evaporative Emissions failure on my vehicle. It's no big deal, but as it turns out I need to get my vehicle e-tested within the next week or so, and that fault will cause it to fail. I am aware that the canister guilty for this error is attached to the...
  19. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi, My check engine light has been on for ages. Upon reading it it informed me that the system used to contain the gasoline fumes within the vehicle (in the tank) is not working. This could mean that my filler cap is loose, but it's often on even when I tighten the cap up snug. Regardless, it...
  20. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    So on the way home today, My SES light came on, and I scanned the codes. "Fault codes associated with the evaporative emissioncontrol system are listed below: P0171 - Multiplication fuelling adaption (Max.) exceeded lean limit - LH bank P0174 - Multiplication fuelling adaption (Max.) exceeded...
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