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Old 30th November 2020, 06:37   #31
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Found the solution at last. May’s old engine started. And the problem was quite stupid😂😂 when i got the vehicle all the engine electrics where disconnected, assembling all of it i have switched the connectors between thottle position and cam sensor??? They are alike and close to oneother. The idea of this was when i started measuring voltage on the connector leads. The lead i thought was for the cam sensor had two pins with constant 5V and one earth. The cam sensor needs power on two leads and the middle one is for output to the ECM. This was quite confusing, and my thoughts was a corrupt ECM. Remembering there was other 3 pin connectors in the area, i found they are alike😂😂witch i am not used to with Land Rovers, usually foolproof. The engine started at once, only a bit fussy without the VIS motors connected. These, Mike are helping me with👍
Another Rover 75 saved from scrapping.
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How does the engine runs? Probably a bit early to ask
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