Question about 2004 Land Rover FreeLander
After ending a journey I found that the engine fan seemed to remain on and be very noisy.
Looking under the bonnet, I noticed that the large plastic fluid container at the extreme back left of the engine was empty.
A friend filled it with distilled water for me and this seemed to resolve the problem......for a few days, and then it needed refilling, but I could not detect any leakage of water.
Any suggestions as to what is causing this?
This is serious if you cannot detect where the water is leaking from. if its not from around the engine area i.e. hoses, radiater, then it could be from the rear water jackets/plugs , or your head gaskets is burnt.
for the fan still running after stopping, its normal. programmed to cool the engine even after stopping. if the engine is hot/very hot.
Posted on Oct 23, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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