Question about 2008 Land Rover LR2
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
each rotor has a machine limit expressed in thousanths of an inch, you would have to remove them and take them to a machinist, have them measured with a micrometer and he can tell you yes they can or no they can't
Posted on Mar 30, 2009
While you were changing your pads, did you inspect your brake rotors? If you did you probably would have found that the old pads had worn grooves into the rotors. So now your rotors are wearing grooves into your new pads. You need to see if there is enough material left on your rotors to have them turned. If not you need to replace your rotors and of course your new pads should also be replaced again.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
You need to have it reset by dealer or someone who has OBII scanner (fault scanner) Autozone, Advance & other auto parts stores can do it for you.
Posted on Jan 07, 2011
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looked in my bible and i cannot find this number but the later models are all under the passenger side dash behind the glove box but some are showing in the middle of the bulkhead under the wiper mechanism ,hope this helps
Posted on Apr 21, 2011
My best advice is to call Enterprise for a rental car if you need transportation until the car is fixed. They will deliver a usable car to your residence.
There is no oil that is better than another for a leak. Some oils are slightly thicker, but not enough to matter. With oil at $3 to $4 a quart, it will take $20 just to drive a short way. That $20 could go towards a tow truck instead.
Then if you destroy the engine, it will cost thousands to fix or replace. Best to tow it. Now if you have Autoclub or Towing on your car insurance, the tow may be free. It is just not worth risking the engine to try to drive it.
Posted on Sep 04, 2012
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