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  1. Need known good air fueling readings

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Troubleshooting a problem that just came about this past weekend. It's a 2001 4.6L HSE. Was hoping someone could provide known good values from their rover that is all warmed up and idling. What I'm looking for are the following from the "Air Fueling" section on the Nanocom: MAF Sensor (g/s)...
  2. 07 Sport SC fueling issue

    Range Rover Sport / L320
    '07 Sport SC with 140k I'm dealing with what seems to be a fueling issue. Essentially here's what I've been experiencing for a few months now and seemingly is getting worse: WOT and 3/4 throttle on flat roads and all is well, however, once RPM decreases and I begin to maintain speed on city...
  3. over fueling on 1996 4.6V8 MOT failure

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi all, I am after some advise / other people experiences with reference to MOT failure with my P38 on emissions. I have taken it to a local specialist who has the diagnostic equipment to talk to it, It has no faults stored or present in GEMS The CO2 at idle is between 7 and 8% leaning off...
  4. Over fueling

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi I'm kind of new to the Range Rover scene and came across a problem that I'm stumped with. My 96 4.0 is over fueling a lot and my mechanic friend tell me that both the coolant temperature sensor and the MAS sensor are reading -40. Which is fine except he checked both sensors and they both...
  5. Weird Fault, after battery change - Over fueling,no tick over on start up.

    Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Weird Fault, after battery change - Over fueling,no tick over on start up. Hi Guys need your help again. Car was running perfect on Petrol & LPG until Last week, car would sometimes start , sometimes nothing. I thought it was the old battery that was knackered, so put a new one in, still same...
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