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I have a 1999 land rover a4.0 i have a coolent leak in the water pump area it dosent look the water pump is leaking

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Confirm that the leak is not from the pump.. With the engine cold and off, clean all surfaces which are wet. Make sure the top of the engine is not wet as well. Start engine and look for where the leak is using a flashlight. Be careful of moving parts.
Water pumps have weep holes that leak when the pump bearing is faulty, small holes on the top/bottom of the pump. Also look for leaks from the hose connected to the pump.

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SOURCE: 1995 Land rover discovery leaking power steering fluid.

the steering boxes on those were leaky messes, seal kits, rebuilt and new units are availible. expect a couple hours for a good mechanic to remove and replace, resealing takes a longer once the unit is out. be sure to also check the steering hoses and pipes for leaks, pretty much everything is located in the front left of the engine compartment. check out roversnorth.com and atlanticbritish.com for parts and prices. stay away from land rover dealers if you can to save on cost.

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 1999 land rover discovery series 1 does not hold charge.

Maybe, Terminals are old POS that no longer conduct.  Hit your local auto parts store and buy some new Terminals.  Get something that Is a strong Conductor.  I suggest Brass.  Also Its Important to get the right size Terminal.  I would also put money on your Main Power Wires being real heavy gage that will not fit into a generic Terminal.  So make sure you get a terminal your gage of wire will easily fit into to avoid head ache and the hacking of your nice heavy gage Into lets say Civic gage to fit a too small terminal which mind your will work However you will have  less power weaker connections ultimately Find your self with a car that will not start.  It does not  hurt to also sand any white crude or rust that would further interupt your new connection,  Complete that and she be ready to fire up and hand you your next task.
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SOURCE: sunroof leaks on 2001 land rover discovery

should be a seal issue, not mechanical. Is the roof opening/closing properly? If so, while open examine the weatherstripping and look for damage or abnormal wear. with power roofs, sometimes the movement wears down the sealing abilty pending on its usage or debris hiding inside.

Posted on May 05, 2009

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SOURCE: transfer case oil change- 1999 Land Rover Discovery II

No need for a diagram, to drain the oil, there's a drain plug on the bottom of the transfer box, under the handbrake drum. To fill, the fill plug is about in line with the centre of the handbrake drum and to the left. I think both plugs are 1/2" square. Fill to overflow with Texaco Multi-Gear 75W/90R. Takes about 2L or so.

Posted on Feb 25, 2010

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