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Well, seems I’m just not supposed to have a Rover. Nothing changed, I recorded a video so you could see what was happening. Any ideas guys? I’m stumped

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What do you mean nothing changed? did you check the status after that and it tells you that the engine is immobilised or how cos in that video i can't see a message which says the procedure failed... you can enter in the Valeo BCU settings to see the EKA code then insert it with the key and if the engine doesnt start after that the problem is elswhere not with the security code...or you can set the alarm to "not fitted" and disabe the passive immobiliser then if it doesnt start you have to chase other probems not something security related

or if you have a spare BCU put that in

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I have what seems like the same issue. I replaced the CPS (Crank Position Sensor) and then The TPS (Throttle position Sensor) It stared but ran ruff and had no power for a day of two now will start but will not stay idle and dies out. If I push on the gas peddle it just dies. I Put a new throttle body heater on at the same time as the CPS. I cleaned the throttle body with break cleaner and I guess ruined the TPS so i got a new one and still same issue. I was told and read here that the truck need to relearn the TPS again....Is that True? So I bought a iCarsoft LR v2.0 and it will not reset the ETC on my 2004 Disco 2 but will 2005 and up. GRRR Does anyone know what one will reset my TPS? Nanocom or Hawkeye Pro? Any help would be awesome as i need to get this old Disco going. I did a lot of work on her and this is the last thing to get done. FYI I get now eeror codes but the O2 Bank 1 and 2. I need to Y pipe and O2 sensors but need to get this running before I do that!
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The TPS is plug and play no need for any programming, it's explained in post #2 when you need reset.

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Well any thoughts is to why It will crank and start but not stay idle? I thought it was in "Limp mode" but I do not see any flashing lights or error codes. When it is running i push on the gas peddle and just dies. Anything would help been this way for months now.
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Check if you have enough fuel pressure

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OK will do. Thanks
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Do you know what the pressure is suppose to be? Also I am having a hard time finding the pressure release valve is located? I think I see it but it is really burred in the back of the motor. Maybe that is not is as others i have seem are right on top.
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There should be a schrader valve on top to accept a gauge for pressure check, it's supposed to be 3.5 Bar there, download this https://www.sugarsync.com/pf/D8700125_05791262_29831 and see the description of the fuel delivery system

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There is a valve but nearly impossible to get at with the upper intake in place.
Drivers side (left) on fuel rail cylinder 5/7 area

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AHHH Thanks that is what I thought. My buddy was a mechanic for 45 years and he thought that was it but we would have to take stuff apart to get at it. Thank you, i will let you know how it goes..
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Hello:

Try the Crank Sensor again on one of older Discos. we had the same problem we put a crank sensor in (OEM) but it was no good so we put in another one (also OEM) and voila problem fixed always aim for OEM if you can our LRover Tech who does not work for Land Rover but who trained in Britain on Land Rover's et al. told us always OEM if you can.

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... always aim for OEM if you can ....
I strongly contradict that..."OEM" is just a fancy name for a bit more expensive aftermarkets made by some branded company in theyr's back yard from cheaper materials or one which was supposed to become genuine but failed the strict bench tests while it's still ISO compliant... the only 100% reliable thing is "Genuine LR" which is made especially to pass strict requirements imposed by the company, that's why those are so expensive, the ''myth" that Genuine is just an OEM with a green oval sticker on it is boll*ox... i know that from inside the factories, believe me or not

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Okay Donít shoot the messenger we have owned several and we do try to follow our techs advice its clear to us he knows what heís talking about.

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Okay Don’t shoot the messenger we have owned several and we do try to follow our techs advice its clear to us he knows what he’s talking about.

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