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My Range Rover Sport coolant is leaking and the engine won't start

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Coolant low keep leaking leak appears to be above gear box, id put loads a water leading up to it could i of over filled it, it now seems to of stop balfling machanic


you might have leak in heater matrix, or could just be over fill, they have overflow pipes that disperse excess water back down through the engine bay, can sometimes look like you have a leak when in fact you over filled. as a temp measure, you can use a thing called RADWELD... but if it's cleared up and your coolant level is ok.. then.... if it aint broke-don't fix it. do keep an eye on it though. good luck Red.

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My 2007 Range rover supercharged is starting but cant Rev up. then it says Reduced Engine Perfomance. I have loaded 30 litres of fuel but still


reduced engine performance may be a sign that fuel is not getting through to the pump properly i would first change fuel filter then check for small leaks drawing air rather than losing fuel then finally the dreaded check the pump or pumps themselves

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2004 RANGE ROVER IS IS ENGINE FAISAFE MODE AND IS NOT STARTING


I answered your other same question

If you have to add coolant,it had to go somewhere
as no fluids are consumed

So you have serious problems like a bad coolant
leak or bad head gasket if no visible leak can be found

You need a repair shop

No one can guess & help you from the internet

Repairs have to be made then know how to get out
of fail safe if that applies

That job will required factory reference material to
understand the problem & diagnose it

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My 2000 range rover keeps over heating


stuck thermostat low coolant bad radiator cap leaking water pump clogged radiator defective belts tension er worn out engine electric fan not working

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2008 range rover sport my thermostat indicator goes from cold to normal , then it goes lows cold and keeps changing


the coolant tempurature sensor may be bad. it sense temp. of engine. if bad it will send wrong info, to pcm. check the wiring to sensor also. ( CTS ). it could be the guage but i do not think so. g00d-day ! if all fails change thermostat.

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What type of coolant do i need for my 08 range rover sport


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What is the recomended service items for 40000 miles for a 2006 range rover sport supercharged.


Replace your spark plugs and spark wires.
Check you tire alignment and engine oil levels and replace your fuel filter.
Check your transmission fluid and coolant levels and brake fluid levels.
Cabin air filter replacement is also recommended.
Check your battery output voltage and see if an recharging is required.

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I HAVE A 2001 RANGE ROVER HSE THAT IS OVERHEATING. WHERE DO I ADD ANTIFREEZE? THIS IS THE SECOND TIME IT HAS OVERHEATED IN THE LAST 6MONTHS. LAST TIME A MECHANIC SAID IT DIDN'T HAVE ANY ANTIFREEZE SO HE...


Most vehicle Mfg.'s do not want you to access the radiator, so they put in overflow tanks.
You can add coolant there. You will find it under the hood next to the interior fender.
Only check or add coolant when the engine is cool.
I would start looking for a coolant leak. Vehicles are not supposed to leak or lose their coolant.
Check for green coolant spots on the ground where you park your vehicle.
Please let me know what you find.

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