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Overheating after about 20 mins running

Temp gauge shoots through roof , if i coast it for while it gradually comes down when park up after overheating it steams and hisses from around the expansion tank area , seems to always get wet on top of the fuse box next to it. started couple of days ago. strange run up to it, first i got in car had to reset key as remote didnt unlock it. then went to start car all lights went off and had no power opened bonnet check battery connections found neg lead loose. then i had power back. went put key in ignition it started to beep saying all windows and sunroof not set. got car started did my running about just before i returned it started to overheat. i had no trouble with it before this happened. help advise me, as i need to do some long runs and at moment i dont think it will last without me finding a solution

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I've had the same problem, twice!

The solution is 2 fold:
1. Replace the filler cap on the overflow bottle, the genuine RR part works best;
2. Replace the 'O' Rings on the heater matrix under the dash. This last is quite a fiddly job, go to www.rangerovers.net for full details on how to do it. If you take the vehicle to a RR dealer they want to charge huge amounts of money because they replace the entire heater box not just the 'O' rings.

Good luck

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Posted on Feb 22, 2009

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