Question about 2001 Land Rover Range Rover
It runs warm
When operating properly the HSE temp guage should be straight up on your guage or halfway between cold and red. If your fluid level is correct and its not getting near the red zone you may have some radiator blockage or trapped air (especially if your system fluid has been recently serviced or drained and replaced). In any event, the red zone on your dash guage should be avoided at all costs. Overheating of this engine can and most likely will be disasterous. Best advice, don't take chances here, pay for a couple hours shop time at your best Rover shop and have it diagnosed correctly the first time. Do not take it to any shop or mechanic that does not work on Rovers regularly. There are many aspects both operational and mechanical that are unique to the Range Rover cooling system. Hope this helps, good luck.
Posted on Jan 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
if the owner manual is in the car, look through it for the 4 digit code. Otherwise, call your local Land Rover dealer and provide them with the VIN of your truck and they will provide you the code. If the code will not punch in, hold firmly the BND button until the display says code in.
Posted on Mar 31, 2009
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