Question about 2005 Land Rover LR3
I had a similar problem in that when the driver stopped at a set of ligjhts the engine died. ran alright every where else just when the car was stopped. The problem turned out to be a vacuum leak in the brake booster leaning out the idle when the foot was on the brakes. resulting in the engine stopping. Try parking using the hand brake and not the foot brake. It could be as simple as that.
Posted on Jan 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I used to a own jeep grand cherokee but sold it for an LR3. From experience the jeep is somewhat economical over the lr3 in term mpg. Seating in the jeep is a joke, not enough leg room or head room or comfort from daily driving for 3 years. Most of the jeep dashboard is plastic which is essentially price reducing overall to the cost of the car. In terms of the LR3, you have lots of driver and passenger comfort, more suspension features, more capability, however, buttons for certain things are hard to find and need time to remember. Next, LR3's tires need to be replaced once every year, at least since i off-road 4times a month, not much but yea.
Overall the jeep is cheaper and more economical to drive with less comfort. The LR3 is the exact opposite, its more comfortable, more capable on/off road, more better looking, however, it consumes lots and lots of fuel, maintenance can be lot at 30 or 60k. let me put it this way, a jeep grand cherokee is like a bicycle and an LR3 is like a sports bike.
Posted on Jun 27, 2008
The first thing you need to note is if the temperature is normal whilst you are using the car, if it is then it is probably just a sticking thermostat and to be honest that is not a great problem, however if your car is running hot whilst driving you need to check your coolant level which can be seen in a spherical bottle at the rear (left side I think) of the engine compartment ( DO NOT OPEN THE TOP OF THIS BOTTLE UNTIL THE ENGINE IS COOL ) if the level of coolant is low top it up, also look for debris around the radiator grill and keep the air flow path open.
If everything seems ok but the fan still runs excessivly leave another thread and I will explain how to faulf find the circuit to check the thermostat.
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
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