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  1. I have a 2006 Disco 3 TDV 6 2.7 S and most recently I received an 'Engine System Fault'. What I have noticed is that when I press the accelerator pedal to a point where the vehicle changes down to lower gear, then the car shows 'Special programs off' and goes like into limp mode and there is no acceleration after it reaches this point. I then switch the vehicle off and after a half a minute I restart, the vehicle has gone out of limp mode and I can move on again. I can even sit it to Idle half a minute and can pull off with full power again but the moment I floor it the same symptoms appear and hearing kind of whistle New Sub +/- 2000 km New Battery…Recon Turbo…Refurbished injectors Cleaned MAP and MAF sensors EGR blanked and butterfly removed. Checked for split turbo hose and Actuator is moving freely Show “coolant level low” and awaiting new container with float sensor Changed oil on 1000 km, new filters Air/diesel/ Oil Auto box new filter and filled Dexron 6 and Dr Tranny Could it be Oxygen sensors ???
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