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Hi, I am Mike, welcome. I'm reviewing your question.
Were all of the spark plugs covered in gasoline?
Did you check to make sure you get a spark on each cylinder?
If you have a tachometer does it work or not? If not then that would point toward a fault within the crankshaft position sensor circuit and although you replaced the sensor, it could be something wrong with the wiring on that circuit, if the tach don't work.
Were all of the spark plugs covered in gasoline or just a few?
See if it will start and run for a few seconds with after you clean the gasoline off the park plugs and try a few small shots of starting fluid into the throttle body.
I'll look that up but like I said before if the tach is working then too is the crank sensor.
Anyhow, why didn't you clean the spark plugs like I asked? If they continue to get flooded with gasoline, they will have to be cleaned constantly at least until this no start problem is fixed.
I just use carb cleaner and let them dry for few minutes.
I am reading that this has 2 crankshaft position sensors and the red/white wires are also spliced into the wires that feed the fuel injectors and they all are fed from a fuse that appears to be 12 volts, so you should have 12 volts on those wires. How many volts do you show at the fuel injector red/white wires with the key on run?
Here is the Engine Performance Circuit
Perhaps there is only the 1. Anyhow, how many volts do you have at the fuel injector red/white wires?
Give me the vin number, perhaps you are wrong about the year, engine, etc.
Well, that is a 2003 Range Rover 4.4 alright.
Just by chance I looked up the 2002 and it only has the 1 crank sensor and it's wire colors are black/yellow, pink/black and black.
Let me lookup the 2004.
It's the same as the 2003.
Can you allow me to look at those alldata wiring diagrams?
ok, if not in here post it to an online site and then give me the link.
Any chance this engine and crank sensor harness was swapped out?
That is odd. I suppose Mitchell has the wrong diagrams.
I am going to opt out, cause who knows how much more their repair manual is wrong and I could do more harm than good with the wrong info.