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GunnerBill



Member Since: 24 Jan 2019
Location: Aberdeen
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Engine System Fault, disconnected turbo air hose - SOLVED

I'll edit this post because I fixed the problem.

2008 Sport HSE 2.7 TDV6

I had an "Engine System Fault" message. Which put me into a limp mode. After checking under the bonnet I found that the cowling that covers the top of the radiator and takes the air hose from the Air Filter Box / MAF sensor to the turbo was loose and that it had popped off the seal stack that joins it down on the right side of the radiator.


Hose disconnected here:



The two connections:
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Seal:
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Air box / MAF at the top, turbo side connection at the bottom:
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Tie-Wraps replaced the broken clips and now hold it firmly in position.

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I've made a couple of test drives and no recurrence of the fault.

Last edited by GunnerBill on Sun Aug 11 2019 4:35pm. Edited 4 times in total

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Andy K



Member Since: 18 Sep 2015
Location: GL
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England 2005 Range Rover Sport TDV6 HSE Rimini Red

get the code read

or buy yourself a code rear. (which range from £10 to £450)

Post #585206 Sun Aug 11 2019 4:05pm
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