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Trying to fix the infamous light. I hate it. Thousands spent but it always return. Now, lean mixture code , mechanics discovered pump with low pressure. Have changed the original and filter 2,5 years ago(Bearmarch) .
Do you think VDO is a good choice? The Land Rover original pump is so expansive...

Thanks for your help, difficult to find good advice here in Brazil.
Love My Rover, but this engine light makes me crazy.
 

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HI!
Trying to fix the infamous light. I hate it. Thousands spent but it always return. Now, lean mixture code , mechanics discovered pump with low pressure. Have changed the original and filter 2,5 years ago(Bearmarch) .
Do you think VDO is a good choice? The Land Rover original pump is so expansive...

Thanks for your help, difficult to find good advice here in Brazil.
Love My Rover, but this engine light makes me crazy.
Oem one is VDO. Land rover is not a part manufacturer.
For example you can buy LR sparks for 30$ in a fancy lr box and see sparks from ngk or you can buy directly ngk sparks for 5$

If you have low pressure on that engine you have a pressure control sensor and you get code for that.

If you have lean code on this engine it is a very hard diagnosis situation.
It could be millions of things
5$ to fix an air leak or 2599$ Job for engine rebuild.

I had every type of that code.
You must start with the cheapest one always.

Check your fuel trims, check for misfires.
Do a compression test and smoke test.
Clean throttle body and maf sensor.
If you have misfires, first swap the coils than spark plugs and check the misfires
 
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