Received very sad news today. Going to be expensive either way, but appreciate your advice. High pressure fuel pump/s And vacuum pump failed, fuel pump threw metal shavings into injectors, and knocked it out of timing. Problem arose while simply idling, began to idle rough, misfires in 2,4,6,8 and soon after the same on all cylinders. Price to change both fuel pumps, vacuum pump, all injectors, remove timing cover and timing adjusted, and upgrade plastic timing chain guide (it's a 2010 LR4) is 6700 total parts and labor. At another time I might have had the time to do this myself but life is too busy right now. I love the damn truck and thus it's hard to make a rational decision. It's got 110k miles and literally taking me around the country a few times. Likewise it's a bit of a betting game regardless of which path I choose, but hoping to best estimate the odds. I don't see that I have a choice other than to shell out the cash to fix, as no real option to sell for parts etc. If we have it fixed, my concern is how much life could I expect and would I trust it again. I would be willing to shell out even more cash if I could reliably expect to get considerable life out of it, but not sure that is realistic. Other choice is to fix and trade in/sell. Sadly I don't see another choice that suits my needs/wants as well as the lr4 did, or not in my price range. Don't think I'd want to dig deeper in the hole and get another lr4.