L494 Range Rover sport is a stand-alone model, far superior to previous sport, but will be more expensive
New exhaust valves and head gasket if petrol, probably the reason they stopped using it, and plenty of chassis patches and a welder
Locate the boost sensor in the turbo, check wiring, clean contacts, if it still persists then the sensor will need to be replaced, trouble is it...
Just drove it and smiled !
Split or badly fitted hose, or even badly fitted battery box lid
It thinks there is an unpatched door or boot lid, guess you’ve got to put it on diagnostics
Doesn’t have one, relies on high pressure fuel pump suction
Has it got the correct oil ? And it’s unwise to turn so hard that your constantly blowing the pressure relief valve
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