Question about 1995 Land Rover Range Rover
No the coolant radiator is a sealed system, oil and water do not mix; as far as I am aware manual gearboxes do not have coolers.
If you have oil in your coolant water this will be an engine problem. Check the engine oil is not frothy and caramel coloured.
If your gear box oil is is a brown colour or dirty looking, this is due to water ingress, either through the breather hose or seals, try changing the fluid. If you can check the seals and breaher hose.
Suggest you get a owners manual and Haynes or workshop manual.
There are plenty of free files on line, do a search on Google, Alltheweb, Lycos, etc
Posted on Feb 19, 2010
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