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hello again i have a 2003 land rover with a 4.6 ford engine

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hello again i have a 2003 land rover with a 4.6 ford engine vehicle has no codes but wont start there is fuel but no spark to the plugs sometimes if it sits and gets cold it will start please help going nuts on this one thanks again dom1026

tims auto repair :

hi

tims auto repair :

this sounds as if you may have a bad crank sensor

tims auto repair :

sometimes when the crank sensor gos bad..it will work cold,,,but not hot/warm

tims auto repair :

and,,most times it wont give a code for it

tims auto repair :

Sensor - Crankshaft Position (CKP)

Service Repair No - 18.30.12

Remove

1. Release fixings and remove battery cover.
2. Disconnect battery earth lead.
3. Raise front of vehicle.

WARNING: Do not work on or under a vehicle supported only by a lack. Always support the vehicle on safety stands.

4. Release fixings and remove underbelly panel.








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5. Release CKP sensor multiplug from bracket.
6. Remove 2 bolts securing CKP sensor heat shield and position aside.
7. Remove 2 nuts securing CKP sensor, remove 2 spacers, CKP sensor and sensor mounting.
8. Disconnect CKP sensor multiplug from engine harness.

Refit

1. Ensure all components are clean.
2. Connect CKP sensor multiplug to engine harness.
3. Fit sensor mounting, CKP sensor, 2 spacers and tighten CKP sensor retaining nuts to 6 Nm (5 ft. lbs.).
4. Fit CKP sensor heat shield and secure with bolts.
5. Fit underbelly panel and secure with fixings.
6. Remove stand(s) and lower vehicle.
7. Connect battery earth lead.
8. Fit battery cover and secure the fixings.
9. Reset adaptions using TestBook.

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SEVERAL HRS WENT BY BEFORE WE RECIEVED AN ANSWER BY WHICH TIME WE FOND THE PROBLEM IN ANY EVENT THE SIGHT IS VERY GOOD AND YO TORSELF ANSWEWED SEVERAL QUESTIONS IN THE PAST ORRY I TOOK SO LONGTIM BE WELL DOM

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