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2006-2009 Range Rover MkIII / L322
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So my first service on the FFRR for some weird noises and a "Check Engine" light after filling up revealed the following:
Initially they thought the gas tank fuel level sensor was faulty so they replaced it.
Now they discovered a crack in the fuel line going over (or near) the engine which under high pressure may spray fuel on the motor. Not good.

I can't even imagine how that could have happened on a car with barely 40k on it, but I drive an LR, and anything can happen is the rule, right?

So if anyone finds their gas gauge not reading full despite filling up the tank, get to your stealer asap.

Of course I was given the ol' "you need to replace breaks, rotors, rotate, balance and flush break line" b.s. ALl for the low price of $2k.
 
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