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2000 range rover heater has been bypassed

He said that he had to because the o rings were bad and said that the dealer cost about $680.00 to fix
do you guys have any other ideas?
please let me know
thank you in advance.
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Hi this is a quite common fault on landrovers. The correct solution is to perlace the heater matrix in the car, this involves removal of the dashboard. HOWEVER, in many cases it is possible to use a product such as Radweld or radseal. Its well worth a try for a couple of $. Reconect the heater pipes in put a pot of radseal in the expansion tanks, go for a drive and see if it leaks.

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