Having problems with your 2002 Land Rover Freelander ?

I have a Land Rover freelander 2003, with V6 engine 2.5 liters. After starting the engine shakes and stalls or judders in low revolutions in neutral and when I accelerate. What I do is turned it of and restart the engine two or three times and engine works fine. But when I turn It off for more than thrre hours and I start it again it begins again it skes and stalls again. When it stalls, shakes or judders it looks as if it has lost power and is not running o 6 cylinders The fuel pump was chan

Posted / edited by AnonymousUser on : 15-08-2022

Answers :

First of course make sure the basics are ok and not in major need of a tune-up, after that check the throttle plate for excessive coking build-up, the computer is reliant on small amounts of air passing through to properly raise idle, usually this problem becomes prominent when your a/c pump comes one (which can even come on when using the heater or de-frost) especially when the car is cold( restarting the engine a couple of times can affect the engine temp, though probably unlikely) An injector cleaning has also been effective in elevating idle,but wont correct the problem in itself, as cleaning the throttle plate can.(check with vehicle maker for any precautions to take when cleaning throttle plate. I usually use carb-cleaner and a tooth brush. Also check for vacuum leaks and wiring harnesses. Listen for a fuel pump prime when key is turned to the on position(usually 2 or 3 seconds) this usually just causes extended cranking time though . check this stuff if all ok give me more info and I'll give you some tips on how to isolate your problem
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