I have a Solihull built 2015 LR4 HSE Lux (with HD) with 91k miles that I believe falls within the range stated above. I have not been smelling fuel from the LR4 but have recently received the P2187/P2189 codes and it is NOT the PCV diaphragm. I'm going to smoke test for leaks in the valve cover this week; however, I have also read that the fuel pump assy in the tank can cause these codes.....not sure how common an issue this really is. I'm starting to think I should just have the fuel pump changed at the same time while they are already in there......provided this recall materializes.@LB Bill - I see you are in California. In case you didn’t know, the California emissions warranty covers a lot of the fuel supply, exhaust, and some engine components up to 70K miles (listed in back of warranty). Covers fuel pumps, injectors, tank, evap system, etc, including parts, labor and diagnostics. I’ve never tried to use it, so not sure what’s involved. But when you get to this repair, have them check your fuel pressure. I’ve seen some comments that lead me to think the LP pumps are having some issues. They’ll be right there doing it, and it should be covered if you’re under 70K.
Same here, but I don't want to pay LR 'retail $'s for it. I'm due for an oil change, so I'm thinking I will have my indy shop do it this time and ask him to also check the LP fuel pump pressure, if there's an easy way. I've seen some vids indicating that there is a Schrader valve on the fuel line in the engine compartment before the HP pumps. Guess as a bleed/air release..and/or check the pressure?I'm starting to think I should just have the fuel pump changed at the same time while they are already in there......provided this recall materializes.