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  1. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Morning Guys, Can any of you Gurus tell me from the attached photos as to whether the above recall has been done on my car? Landrover say it was done but I'm not sure, I thought if done it should have 2 pipes going to the vacuum pump, not one? I have the bubbling in the pipes/servo and a hard...
  2. Range Rover Sport / L320
    I had the code for P0171 bank 1 lean , so i replaced front O2 sensor then cleaned back sensors , replaced spark plugs and coils , etc all of which it needed anyway and helped but I have a intermittent code for bank one and it will miss fire under the right load also . Sometimes runs perfect...
  3. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Anybody replace a leaking vacuum pump before? It looks pretty easy and straight forward but if there is any write up that would be nice. Just to make it easier and to avoid any problem during wrenching if there is anything I need to know first.
  4. Range Rover Classic
    Hi all, My 1990 RRC had been experiencing a rich running condition so used the RAVE to evaluate codes that popped up on the display. Initially, I had a code 17 and when I checked the throttle position sensor the idle position voltage was reading low. I adjusted the TPS in it's "ears" and got...
  5. Range Rover Sport / L320
    After watching shrodingers box's "fuel trim" videos, I diagnosed a vacuum leak. Next I made a smoke tester. Testing proved useful but not great news. I was hoping for some super easy hose I could trim shorter or reseal or easily replace. Please have a look at the video and help me identify...
  6. Range Rover Sport II / L494
    Hey guys, I read that vacuuming removes more than the old-school drain method, but according to my little test last night, that wasn't exactly true. I think that I did everything per LR procedure, but feel free to chime in if you disagree: - warmed up the oil by running the truck for 10 mins...
  7. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Gents, I have a RR P38 4.6HSE from 1996 and a Discovery 1 3.9 from 1994, both cruise control systems are (almost) equal. The CC of the P38 I fixed a while back by converting the ECU to a AMR5700, and I did the same with the Disco. The CC of the Disco still didn't work, tested it with the pump...
  8. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi, does anyone have a complete diagram of vacuum lines of RR l322 3.0 diesel CHEERS
  9. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi. Just picked up new to me 06 SC Rover. My 4th RR, first L322. Car was single owner, cared for very well, and runs great for the most part. I am trying to diagnose a possible vacuum leak. I had a check engine light thrown P0174 lean code bank 2 the other day. I've cleared it and hasn't come...
  10. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi all. I'm new to owning a range rover and new to the sight. Been lurking for awhile and have gotten some good info which prompted me to register. Anyway I was looking over the rover, which by the way is a 2003 Range Rover HSE with a 4.4 V8, and I noticed that I am missing a hose that ties into...
  11. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hello fellow land rover fans and drivers Concern that i have today is that I've got service engine soon light and here is what I've got from RSW allcomms: - lambda control adaption exceeds lower limit bank 1 - DM-TL small leak (1.0mm). In the OBD2 words: - P0171 system too lean bank 1 - P0440...
  12. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I just picked up an 04 L322 thats was puffing quite a bit of smoke. Its low miles and I'm familiar with the M62 motor so Im replacing the PCV on the back cover of the intake manifold. Now I'm running into problems. - First I tried pop the cap housing the diapharm and spring off the PCV and...
  13. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    So the vacuum hose connection at the top of the engine (see pic attached) has broken off of the nipple on my Bosch '01 4.6. This is the hose where the opposite end connects at the valve cover. On the broken end there is a hose clamp, which seems to be clamped onto some hard plastic piece...
  14. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    On the top of the Crankcase Vent Valve, there are two yellow fittings. The one on the left is plugged. Does anyone know where the small vacuum hose is going that connects to the right side yellow fitting?
  15. Range Rover Classic
    My dad's '95 RRC has a high idle at start up, throws the '48' stepper motor code. I've cleaned the stepper motor (IACV) and MAF plug. New IACV is $160 so not super interested in just trying a new one. Might be a vacuum leak...never traced or replaced or diagnosed a vacuum leak before. Any...
  16. Range Rover Classic
    While investigating the insane high-idle of my truck, I noticed a broken and rotted vacuum line from my non-working CC system that goes into the firewall right in front of the driver. There is a T-fitting there, one line going to the dashpot on the throttle linkage, one line going thru the...
  17. Range Rover Sport II / L494
    im wanting to change the oil (2014 3.0 V6 Diesel) using the VACUUM method rather than sump plug. Can anyone confirm the location of the connection point please ?
  18. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Recently, the Bosch 4.6 in my 2002 RR developed a loping idle. I had recently removed the air tubing between the throttle body and the air cleaner box as part of some maintenance on that side of the engine bay. The loping idle started after that. I thought I'd dislodged a vacuum line so went...
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