Have 2001 Land Rover Discovery that won't start. Has new fuel pump, water pump, on 2001 Land Rover Discovery

hoses, alternator and battery. It's like it is flooded when you try to start it. What might be causing this? Please advise...

by in Dallas, TX on November 06, 2012
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5 answers
ANSWER by , November 06, 2012
check for spark and for codes
ANSWER by , November 06, 2012
do you have spark?
ANSWER by , November 06, 2012
tow it to the dealer and get fixed instead of guessing,save time and money
ANSWER by , November 06, 2012
Keep guessing...you will get it right...eventually...try new injectors, then air flow sensor, then a brake master cylinder...
ANSWER by , February 19, 2014
try this, spray starter fluid in air intake, if it fires briefly you're getting spark. If your truck turns over but will not fire up, then it's most likely your Crank Position Sensor. ~US$60 at autozone (it's a rebranded BOSCH part) and relatively easy to install. Google "land rover crankshaft position sensor" there is a utube vid that shows u what to do. I did it without dropping the exhaust. Fredric