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Starting a hot engine problem.

Discussion in 'Land Rover Freelander' started by Nandad, Mar 4, 2018.

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  1. Nandad

    Nandad Member

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    Hi. I have a 04 td4 facelift . I drove 100ish miles with no problems. Stopped outside Saintsbury's for some milk. Tried to start all crank and no go. Eventually started on the umpteenth try. No smoke, no warning lights nouthing. Ran like a dream.
    Is this a precursor of a sensor fail? Or something more sinister?
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Thanks
     
  2. GrumpyGel

    GrumpyGel Well-Known Member

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    I suppose the main candidates would be the cam sensor, injection pump solenoid O ring and the fuel pressure sensor harness.

    They are discussed a lot on here for TD4 starting issues.
     
  3. Nandad

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    Hi GrumpyGel
    Thanks for the imfo. I got lost in all the TD4 starting issues threads so I thought ask a direct question might match others problems.
     
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    Did you solve your problem? mine is doing exactly the same symptoms as yours after the weekend
     
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