Question about 2007 Land Rover Range Rover Sport Supercharged
So I have taken my truck to the mechanic multiple times. My coolant is low and they have bled the system and pressurized it and there is no leak. They refilled the coolant and it lasted for about a month and then the low coolant light turned on. I took it back and they check it for a few hours and still could not find a leak. It was refilled again, this time the like didn't turn on for about 2 days but not again the low coolant light is on. Also, if I turn on the heater the gauge shoot up faster to H. It is about 6 degrees where I am locate.
Have the radiator cap check for correct operation . Check the hose from the radiator to the reservoir is in good condition as it there are cracks or loose then there will be no water drawn back into the radiator when cooling down. Have a compression test done to ensure head gasket is sound and there are no cracks
Personally I would be replacing the radiator cap and checking the hose
Posted on Feb 15, 2014
Testimonial: "They have done the liquid testing for the head gasket which turns the liquid either blue or yellow depending if it is leaking or not and it has always been good."
Since the cooling system is sealed, if there is no external leak, the engine may be burning coolant out the tail pipe due to a leaking head gasket.
You may want to try a different shop for a second opinion.
Posted on Feb 15, 2014
Testimonial: ""They have done the liquid testing for the head gasket which turns the liquid either blue or yellow depending if it is leaking or not and it has always been good.""
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have experienced a few radiators on both discoveries and series 2 range rovers being blocked causing overheating. Also might pay to check your fan hub when the engine is hot switch off and check how freely you can turn the fan
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
I am having same problem with my freelander...blowing cold air. But I tried something like starting the veh and drive round for 10 mins then turn the heater speed control to 3 or 4....it started warming up and was OK until next day and I'm back with same routine...try it and see
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2004 Range
I have had the same issues with the ignition switch, you can replace the switch, but in my case the solution was actually a new battery. The early L322 Range Rovers have a very high power drain with the vehicle turned off. I have never found a good solution for this except for a main battery cut-off which is not a good idea due to computer issues. If you have periods of time when you do not drive for over 2 weeks a cut-off would be worthwhile.
Load test your battery, and replace if necessary. A number of warning lights can come on when the battery is disconnected (or very low in charge), with a good battery they usually will go off after the vehicle is driven for about 100 yards.
Posted on Mar 19, 2011
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