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  1. Mr BCG73

    Mr BCG73 New Member

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    Hi,

    I have looked through a lot of the post and comments and they have helped me with a number of small issues I have had. I have not found on that covers my current one. I have a 1999 Freelander 2.0 Di and I recently started losing power on hills and acceleration on the motorway; In 1st and 2nd she will still climb a dirt hill as always. It happened all of a sudden and I did not have issues starting or a rough idle suggestive of a fuel pump issue. I got a diagnostic done and they said it showed a fault in the MAF sensor. I replaced it with an OEM part and started getting slight surges when driving but still have the same overall issue. Sound like the low-pressure fuel pump? Injectors? I didn’t feel the little surges till after I changed the MAF.
     
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