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shropshiredefender



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England 2011 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 USW Santorini Black
Park-ign-off key out engine still running!!!

2011MY 2.4 Puma 110XS USW
Went for a short run this morning, pulled up, switched off, removed the key and the engine kept running for 10 or so long seconds, then stopped.
Anyway the rest of the journey involved 4 more stops.
Stops 1,3 and 4 were normal,the engine stopped as soon as the ignition was turned off.
Stop 2 the engine ran for around 5 seconds after ignition off.
No faults are recorded.
My concern is that a problem is developing.
Any ideas?

Post #757772 10th Feb 2019 3:51pm
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Laurie



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England 2005 Defender 90 Td5 XS CSW Bonatti Grey

Could be nothing more than a sticky fuelpump relay... 

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dorsetsmith



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No fuel pump relay on 2.4 engine Exclamation


mechanical fuel pump


Last edited by dorsetsmith on 11th Feb 2019 9:08am. Edited 1 time in total

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boxoftricks



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United Kingdom 2011 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 USW Zermatt Silver

I'm no expert but was told yesterday as my fan and radio sometimes don't turn off that the key barrel gets warn and dry causing the pins stick. I'm planning on squirting some good old WD40 down into it to see if it helps.

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lohr500



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Latest JLR recall modification to make it even easier for lowlife to steal. Big Cry

Seriously though, I hope you can find the fault.

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HardCharger



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2011 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 SW Stornoway Grey

boxoftricks wrote:
I'm no expert but was told yesterday as my fan and radio sometimes don't turn off that the key barrel gets warn and dry causing the pins stick. I'm planning on squirting some good old WD40 down into it to see if it helps.


Hopefully, this will resolve your woes. If it doesn't however, your ignition switch may be on its way out.

Post #757897 11th Feb 2019 2:28am
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hornet



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boxoftricks wrote:
I'm no expert but was told yesterday as my fan and radio sometimes don't turn off that the key barrel gets warn and dry causing the pins stick. I'm planning on squirting some good old WD40 down into it to see if it helps.


I wouldn't use spray oil, dust and dirt stick to it and cause problems. Use graphite powder, best dry lubricant for locks instead.
I also think it has to do with a broken lock or coil.

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dgardel



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Also check the rear stop lights

On mine with certains LED bulb I had the same issue. The engine still running w/o key in place. In this case when I pushed the brake the engine stopped Defender 90SW SE Puma Stornoway Grey Outback Engineering Edition


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shropshiredefender



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England 2011 Defender 110 Puma 2.4 USW Santorini Black

hornet wrote:
boxoftricks wrote:
I'm no expert but was told yesterday as my fan and radio sometimes don't turn off that the key barrel gets warn and dry causing the pins stick. I'm planning on squirting some good old WD40 down into it to see if it helps.


I wouldn't use spray oil, dust and dirt stick to it and cause problems. Use graphite powder, best dry lubricant for locks instead.
I also think it has to do with a broken lock or coil.


Thanks both - lubricated ign with graphite, around 10 stops today and no problems.

dgardel wrote:
Also check the rear stop lights

On mine with certains LED bulb I had the same issue. The engine still running w/o key in place. In this case when I pushed the brake the engine stopped.


Thinking back releasing the clutch stopped the engine in the first instance.
The law of unexpected consequences (especially with Defender Puma electronics) kicks in here, I have led brake, rear and indicator lights so will try your suggestion if (when) it happens again.

Thanks for your responses Thumbs Up

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Phil VM2.5



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Belgium 2012 Defender 110 Puma 2.2 SW Keswick Green

Hi,
I have sometimes the same.
The engine stop when I turn off the ligts ...
Or I have the etc light on when I put the light "on"
Seems to be related with a not good earth but where !
It is sometimes so I did nothing , also because what to do ?
Philippe current : defender 110 sw 2.2 puma 2012 and 160.000km today
before :
Range Rover VM2.5 engine from 1992 to 2012 nearly 500.000km
One ten 1988 to 1992
1987 BMW GS80
One Ten from 1984 to 1987
One Ten from 1983 to 1984
Serie 3 109 from 1980 to 1983
from 1974 Jeep CJ3B and CJ6

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