I only have one key and this one does not have a button on it i did not relise that the landrover had an immobliser fitted so now the horn is flashing and i need to turn it off and get it started again
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first time i have ever heard of bleeding a oil pump in 40 yrs of motor fitting as for the other things i couldnt tell you without my head under the bonnet ,and to listen to the noise as well then i would know what it is but i honestly think you have bought someones elses problem motor here
you need to get the key recoded with your imobilieser or alarm system,some times there is a reset button on the immobliser ( sorry cant spell that word ) you need to find the immobliser box and hold down the reset button while also holding down the lock button on you key
Judging by the problem you have a 1.8 petrol engine?,if it is they used to over fuel on start up ,you can try changing the engine coolant temp sensor as this is the usual cause ,if not then some more info on the vehicle would be usefull.
This is something that will only get worse I'm afraid.
You really need another key made to the original spec. By this - I mean a key cut to code - not just copied, that includes the immobiliser unit.
You can get one from a Land Rover dealership, but will be cheaper from a good locksmiths that cut immobiliser keys to code + program the immobiliser chip.