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2002 RR 3.0 TD6 fuel pressure

Discussion in 'TDV6/8' started by daz8694, Nov 11, 2020.

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  1. daz8694

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    Good evening all, as usual I bow in your presence and hope to bask in the warm glow of your knowledge (and hopefully save my wallet).
    I have a 2002 Range Rover. Bought as a non runner the previous owner had tried to repair a rocker gasket leak and couldn’t get the thing to start again. I have rebuilt it properly and got it started pretty much straight away. It ran a bit ropey so I carried out a leak off test and found 2 injectors allowing a large leak by. I replaced them which has solved the lumpy idle however when accelerating through 3000rpm the dreaded “fuel injection fault” pops up, she drops into limp mode and that’s that.
    I have plugged it into INPA and found the following values at tickover. Do these look ok?
     

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    @jonathon david you really are trying hard to **** people off aren't you. you have been reported goodbye:D

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    @daz8694 I dont know the INPA so sorry cant help. But is there something that shows up if you log it going into fault mode (not sure if you can realtime log)

    @backinblack I seem to remember may be familiar with the INPA

    Good luck

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    Edited to prevent the shameless hawking of a business instead of using a forum correctly.
     
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    Think he may have now been banished back to the public now:)

    please edit your quote mate @daz8694 cos your still advertising for him;):D.

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