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I just bought a 2001 Series II Disco Auto. When cold it has no power. For instance if parked on an incline it has no power to pull away. Even when you depress the accellerator fully it will stand still and the engine revolutions remain static. Problem goes away when heated up. Is this common or what could be the problem?
 

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DiscoPat,
How many miles on the truck? When was the tranny and tcase fluid last changed?

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DiscoPat said:
Even when you depress the accellerator fully it will stand still and the engine revolutions remain static.
Are you saying that the RPM does not change? It stays at an idle?

That could be as simple as a throttle linkage problem. But I have no idea why it would change when it warms up ...
 

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Hello Mate,

Sounds like air flow or EGR fault, also there are position settings on the throttle. Can be done by an independant with decent equipment i run autologic and it is more than capable.

Or for more power you could chip it i fit Twisted Performance at £395+vat great for the model you drive.

Regards

Dave
 

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Thanks for the advise. Before I can solve this problem antoher one has arised (which might be related to this problem). When trying to start in the morning the motor only turns slightly and then "locks" (as if the battery is flat). Sometimes it would start but come to an abrupt stop. After a few attempts it runs but emits a lot of black smoke. Once heated-up its fine. Somebody told me it could be the injectors, or just one, that is not cutting-off and dripping diesel into the cylinder. Do you think this is possible?

PS. I have also noted that it runs very uneven when starting up when hot, but this disappears after you rev it a couple of times.
 
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