The mystery surrounding the OBD code display continues. Just when I thought it failed I have a code 17 displayed. So the mystery is, why no code when the Check Engine light came on last month? And why has it decided to display a code 17. I didn’t ask for a code 17.
A throttle position sensor is a cool 200$ depending on where I buy it. I guess I should be happy that my sensor made it to 180,000 miles. So I’m gonna order a sensor this month. And I’ll write up its install for all to see.
I still have a great deal of work to do on the Range Rover. This cold weather is wreaking havoc on my door latches and they are beginning to stick on both sides. I complete refurbish kit for those parts would come in very handy.
I also have the brake discs and fluid reservoir to replace. That job requires a jacked up vehicle and decent weather. Neither of which is expected or possible right now. The weather man is predicting teens and single digits for middle of next week. And the garage looks like I’m preparing for a garage sale. There are way too many pieces of furniture and other things. Exactly why storage buildings were invented. No I don’t have one….yet.
I’m planning on making an event or two this spring…if you have any suggestions drop me an email.
Thanks for reading and Happy Rovering.