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2002 Land Rover Discovery

I hear clicking noise wherever I accelerate.
Please tell me what can I do to stop it?

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  • Carlos Hamer
    Carlos Hamer Aug 03, 2009

    I'm using Synthetic oil(10/40) because the engine has 160,000 miles. Also then ever I put the truck in "R" gear it makes a loud noise. No dip stick on these trucks. What do you think is happen here?

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Its coming from the engine, check the oil lvel, make sure your using the correct oil for your temp zone. you also change the oil and filter, check the knock sensor for proper operation.

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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    damian clarke Jul 31, 2009

    its coming from the engine, check the oil lvel, make sure your using the correct oil for your temp zone. you also change the oil and filter, check the knock sensor for proper operation.

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Hi,

Hi Chamer,

Could be sticking exhaust valves. This sounds like like what you describe and it does rob you of power without generating lots of heat. For Series II Disco's, this is a common problem and requires a valve job to repair. Also can return after every 50,000 miles, depending on how you drive, where you drive and what fuel you purchase. Use the highest Octane you can find (94 at Sunoco). Better for your Disco and the environment too!

Regarding brake work, I use Raybestos on my Series I. No complaints. The series II has wider rotors (lucky you) so you'll have to see if Raybestos carries them. Vented rotors are better - allowing to cool down faster and better stopping ability. If money was a concern, do the brakes yourself! A valve job will run you about $2000US and a complete brake job (at the dealer) will probably be the same. $4000 is too much for me to handle in one bite!

If you do the brakes yourself, expect the following approximate costs: pads $100(fr&bk); rotors $100 each, $15 brake fluid (perform a complete flush); plus your time (0$).

Check around online for the best prices and locations. There are ways of saving and this is one of website I use often:

(http://www.greatautoparts.com)

I found vented rotors for your Disco for $69. Far less than the $300 from your dealer.

Hope i helped.

Thanks.

Posted on Jul 31, 2009

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