Speedy_Gonzales Posted February 17, 2008 Share Posted February 17, 2008 2000 TD5 Defender, ran perfectly previously but: Started yesterday, in 4th and 5th (though most noticable in 5th between 60 & 70 mph) gear there seems to be a slight misfire which seemed initially like fuel starvation. Took her for a good run out to the Peak District today and she seems quite sluggish going uphill and on the motorway, at times struggling to hit 70 when in the past cruising at 70 was fine. Ive had a good look through the forums but it appears it could be all manner of things from injector harness to ECU.. Any ideas where I should start? Am I best getting the fault codes read first or using a process of elimination to discover the issue? RE: Fault Codes - are there any cheaper alternatives to Nanocom or Rovercom? Thanks in advance Jamie Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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