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Redroof



Member Since: 17 Jul 2017
Location: Reading
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Limp mode issues

Hi, New to forum and RRS ownership.

I have read a number of threads on this topic but wanted to try and get some advice on my specific problem.
It is a 2008 RRS 2.7. 116000 miles on the clock
Driving around town it is absolutely fine.
On the open road when it gets up to around 50mph it intermittently goes into limp mode showing orange lights 'limited gears', 'suspension lowered'. It seems much better at about 70mph but slowing down to 50mph or on an incline it appears worse.
It can come on every 2 miles or you might go 10-15 miles before it happens.
After reading threads I have done the following with no luck:
changed battery
changed fuel filter
replaced brake light switch
I had faults read off the ECU and this came up: P0087Fuel Rail/System Pressure - Too Low
Before I change the fuel rail/sensor does this sound like the probable cause or something else?
Any help advice would be hugely appreciated.

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Farmer Mel Tucker



Member Since: 10 Dec 2016
Location: Barnstaple
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United Kingdom 2007 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Buckingham Blue
limping!!

Hi there, did you ever get this sorted? and what did you need to fix it?
cheers

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DrRob



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