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Limp mode intermittent 2002 td5

Discussion in 'General Land Rover Forum' started by Karlosthejakel, Mar 17, 2019 at 6:23 PM.

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Any ideas have changed the air flow meter 4x4 centre leeds told me to still same any idea's please

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  1. Karlosthejakel

    Karlosthejakel New Member

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    Limp mode intermittent Chang air flow meter 4x4 centre leeds told me to any ideas please
     
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    Many years ago I had something similar on my TD5. It put its engine management light on and wouldn't do anything more than tickover. Occasionally it would rev as normal, but kept going back to tickover. It turned out to be a problem in the wiring loom between the accelerator pedal and the ECU. I'm not saying yours has exactly that problem, but don't forget the integrity of the wiring loom itself, as that is often overlooked.
     
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    Thanks mate
     
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