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2004 land rover discovery with engine problem

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i have a 2004 land rover discovery. once the car is warmed up, the computer or a sensor shuts off the ignition and the spark plugs will not fire. only after 10 - 15 minutes (as the engine is cooling down) will the plugs fire again when you turn the ignition switch on. the temperature guage is normal and no signs of the engine overheating. any idea of what is the problem?

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Replace the crankshaft position sensor. It is located on the drivers side of the front of the bell housing right above the catalytic converter. If you have any other questions let me know. Thanks Daniel.

 

 

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