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  1. Td5 misfire

    My 2004 Td5 has started to misfire (actually no firing at all) on one cylinder but only when engine is warmed up after 5-10 minutes or so. When cold it runs smooth. I have checked the injector harness for oil leaks but can with confidence say there is no evidence of leaks even at the top. Bone dry. Checking the temperature of the exhaust manifold it is clear it is cylinder 1 that is playing up as it is a lot cooler there. Any leads on this anyone? Lars
  2. P38 black smoke and misfire

    Hi all hope you can help me out with this it's my first Range Rover and I love it it's just a bit disappointing at the moment but I will persevere. INFO : P38 4.6 1997 190k on the clock, it has LPG but I have no idea if it works correctly (multi point). I have no history on the vehicle FAULT: Thick black smoke on acceleration Slight misfire ( more prominent on deceleration)pops and bangs not to loud. After accelerating the revs drop right down 200/300 rpm sometimes stalls. New fuel Plugs look new Only one warning on dash ( fuel gauge ) I will sort out once running right. I dare say it's been talked about before I'm just hoping to piggyback on some of the knowledge and experience that is out there.