2004 Range Rover 4.4L Code 130
This vehicle has 222,000 miles on it. I am looking for voltage/ground signal info at the throttle actuator connector. CODE 130 is set for throttle actuator problem. My service info does no give any signal info. On the the scan tool, when stepping on the gas pedal I see voltages and changes for the APP sensor, and voltage for the TPS, but the TPS voltage does not change. The engine idles, but will not accelerate.
I did check the thermostat connector, found it melted. I installed a new connector. I do have 12v at the red/white wire on the thermostat 2-pin connector.
Also, the yellow warning circle/triangle sign is lit up on the cluster. Once I determine the problem, and if it is a bad throttle actuator, how do I program/relearn the throttle actuator? Neither my Snap On Solus Edge or my Launch X431 Torque have the ability to do it.
Thank you in advance.
Hi There you might want to used a different scan tool because code 130 is not code for throttle problems 130 is 02 sensor problems , question for you when you start it up dose idle surge ? if yes try doing this 7 times turn key on till dash lights are on wait 3 sec then off and back on for a total 7 times on the last one wait about 5 sec then start up see what happen, I seen in the pass high…
Code P0130 is o2 sensor. 130 is the Range Rover code.
what do you mean about range rover code 130 130 is only 02 code I work for land rover
Range Rover (LM) NAS from 2003 to 2004 model year Bosch ME7.2 EMS O2 sensor circuit bank 1 upstream - Short to battery. Possible Causes: - Short circuit C0606/19 (N) - battery. 1. Short circuit C0606/19 (N) - battery.