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OOOO yip i do hope you have small hands. Facing the engine from the front, on your right side very close to your cv joint, is a filler plug. with a few whiskeys later you will eventualy be able to unscrew the plug. To change the oil you need to remove the under tray. Under the gearbox towards the front is the drain plug. Good luck
??? Sounds purely coincidental... You may want to look at where the oil is coming from and fix that issue. Oil pan, Oil filter, oil cooler, oil sending unit, intake manifold, valve covers, rear seal....
Have an oil pressure test done. That requires a mechanical oil pressure gauge attached to engine. These are notorious for oil pump wearing out due to improper oil change techniques. Attached is note from Rover service manual;
Oil filter renewal
NOTE: To avoid draining the oil pump, it is essential that the engine is filled with oil to the correct level, before the filter is removed. It is therefore recommended that the engine oil is renewed before work on the filter commences.
the heater core is a very troublesome job. You need to remove the shifter cover, center console, radio, a/c assembly and remove the entire dash. The heater core is located under the dash in the center of the cab. This is a pretty big job. My dealership charges 9.0hrs for this job. If you are planning on doing it the very best thing you can do is first to get a manual for the vehicle.
Find the air intake pipework that runs across the front of the engine and turns towards the rear of the vehicle and terminates in the air filter housing. loosen the fixings on this intake pipework and remove it completely, remove the oil filler cap and plug the hole with a rag to prevent contamination, remove the cover that had the oil filler cap mounted on, this involves the removal of 3 allan screws that are easily visable (more or less in line with the oil filler) then remove another 2 a;;an screws holding the rear of this cover these can be difficult to access as they are close to the bodywork below the windshield, this cover should now lift clear to allow access to the air filter, refitting is just a reversal of the above procedure, it is a good idea to remove any loose dirt before refitting the new filter by using a vacuum cleaner.
unfortunatley there are about 10 bolt and screws to remove the aluminium guard along with the plastic--I have just done this and had trouble with siezed set screws--I have now split the unit so that when draining engine oil only the plastic shield is removed