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Range Rover TD6 Missfire

Discussion in 'Engines' started by supersi1980, Nov 25, 2018.

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  1. supersi1980

    supersi1980 New Member

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    hi guys have a really annoying problem with my RR it seems to have a slight miss-fire on idle and smokes whitey blue ish does clear around 2000rpm and returns when back to idle so i have checked the injector loom replaced all the worn (collapsed) vacuum hoses and now carried out a leak off test now the picture i have posted the car was run for 3mins at tickover apparently it should be 20ml per 60 seconds but can't really find much about it so let me know what you think

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    dieseldog69 Well-Known Member LZIR Despatch Agent

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    I would be getting the injectors serviced as this sounds like a dripping injector.
     
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    Yep time for a service to even them up
     
  5. supersi1980

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    thanks for the replys, would this be best for a specialist to do or would this be worth tackling as i would assume a service would be an injector strip down and clean?
     
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