Hi, my Range Rover sport went into restricted mode on the motorway last week, it was recovered to a garage who checked the diagnostics and found 2 errors that they reset which returned the car to normal running.The errors were P2290 and P120F - and the description I was given was low pressure on one side of the fuel injection system. Any idea what these codes mean? whether more work needs to be done or this really could be a one off? Thanks, Gareth
Country: United KingdomMake: Land RoverModel: Range Rover Sport HSEYear: 2006Engine: diesel
errors reset by garage
P120F = Fuel pressure regulator Excessive variation
P2290 = Injector control pressure too low
If the code has been cleared and not returned then it may well have been a temporary blockage that got in the way of the fuel flow, however I suspect you need to replace you fuel pressure regulator...
If you need any further information just ask
All the best
Thanks - sounds reasonable, any idea how much that should cost to change? parts and labour? Rgds, Gareth
Rough cost of the regulator 130GBP depending on supplier..
I dont have the labour costs to hand, but any land rover garage will be able to give an hourly quote.
From memory its about an hour to fit but i think thats for the land rover diesel not yours which I believe is the BMW engine... but just give any dealer a call and they will tell you over the phone...
BEng, M-SAE, Qualified Mechanic.