I hope somebody can shed a bit of light on my problem. Driving home last week the engine just cut out without any warning and wouldn't start up again. The morning after it started up as normal so I took it to my local Rover specialist where as I predicted it ran perfectly for him! He said the front fuel pump was making more of a noise than it should and it might be on the way out, so I told him to change it as it was last changed about four years ago. So pump changed, driving home it cuts out again and won't start. I couldn't here any of the fuel pumps when it was cranking but when I turned the ignition on for my final attempt to start it I could here both of them and lots of fuel sploshing around then it sprung back to life. Back to the garage I went where it totally behaved itself again! This time he checked the plenums to see if they were clogged but they were empty and he cleaned out the fuse box near the battery. A week passed and I thought he'd cured it but again out of the blue it just cut out again and was a pig to start back up. It's now back at the garage with the mechanics using it as a runabout in the hope that it breaks down on them so they can plug their diagnosis machine into it. Does anyone out there have any idea what the problem is?