Question about 2000 Land Rover Discovery
2000 Land Rover Discovery II - V8
The shaft that attaches the cooling fan and pully broke or became detached from the housing (not sure if this is the correct terminology)that bolts to the front of the engine. Coolant pours out where the shaft should be. It looks like the shaft broke. When you look at the engine where the shaft should connect, It almost looks like a set of bearings.
Is this the water pump?
This is called your waterpump, you need to have the vehicle towed to a repair shop and have it replaced. If you want phone around to get quotes on the job, just ask them how much it would be to replace the "waterpump".
Posted on May 16, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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