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D200 3 litre



Member Since: 26 May 2024
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low speed stuttering
Hi, got a 2021 110 D200 3L diesel that splutters and is jolty at low speed, like when pulling off from a junction. Initially thought it was blocked fuel filter, changed that no difference. It is showing the engine management light on the dash and is going back to marshals p'boro for a new sensor. Unsure if this will fix the juddering, warranty just about to run out so want to get it fixed this time. Anyone else had this fault ? thanks
Post #1035717 26th May 2024 10:28am
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Retroanaconda



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Is it like a brief hesitation when pulling away at a slow speed, for example accelerating off a roundabout or away from a queue?

Mine had this, it was the exhaust manifold pressure sensor that was causing it. There is a thin tube which feeds the sensor and it blocks with soot over time. The dealer changed the inlet manifold sensor first but this didn’t fix it. I posted a thread on this forum with the error codes.
Post #1035729 26th May 2024 1:51pm
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D200 3 litre



Member Since: 26 May 2024
Location: huntingdon
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its more of a spluttering than a hesitation
makes the pull away jolty but could be the same fault
i've not looked at error codes, are they easy enough to see?
is there a link to your thread
Post #1035731 26th May 2024 2:28pm
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Retroanaconda



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You’ll need a compatible reader to see the fault codes. I use a GAP IIDTool.

Thread is here:

https://www.defender2.net/forum/topic90462.html

Don’t worry about your warranty, if the fault occurred before it ran out then they will still fix it even if it runs on beyond the end.
Post #1035734 26th May 2024 3:44pm
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D200 3 litre



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Location: huntingdon
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sounds like the same fault to me, i'll let the garage know when i drop it off
Post #1035759 26th May 2024 8:35pm
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