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Nesty



Member Since: 15 Jan 2014
Location: Namibia
Posts: 2

South Africa 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Sumatra Black
RRS cut off while driving

please help our range rover sport cut off while driving if l put on everything works dvd,radii etc but there is no power have toed in to the dealer its been a month and half now and thy have not diagonise anything thy hav checked injectors thy ar ok ,timing belt ok.l am really getting .l only drove it for a week since l imported it from uk.

Post #409585 Wed Jan 15 2014 8:58am
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JimR



Member Since: 20 Dec 2013
Location: Lichfield
Posts: 66

United Kingdom 2013 Range Rover Sport SDV6 HSE Santorini Black

I think better descriptions of the syptoms would help.

Is the engine not running at all? ---------------------------
MY13 HSE Black Edition
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Santorini Black with Black Interior
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It's Very Black

Post #409586 Wed Jan 15 2014 9:22am
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Nesty



Member Since: 15 Jan 2014
Location: Namibia
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South Africa 2006 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Sumatra Black

the engine cranks but does not pick to idling point and it gashes out a lot of dark/black smoke.

Post #409588 Wed Jan 15 2014 9:35am
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gizzmo



Member Since: 16 Mar 2014
Location: london
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Does it have a sun roof. If so, check for sunroof tubes blockage. That can lead to water entering the fuse box behind the glove box. Its the body control unit and therefore houses the immobiliser. If it actually cut out in motion, then its a different story. Diesel or petrol please

Post #428600 Fri Jun 27 2014 6:52am
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gizzmo



Member Since: 16 Mar 2014
Location: london
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England 

Sounds like it has engine oil entering the cylinders. Check oil level. If it above normal by a great margins. Pcv can damp fuel into the cylinders like nobody's business

Post #428601 Fri Jun 27 2014 6:57am
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