Question about 1999 Land Rover Range Rover
There are several things to check for this problem. First check the amount of antifreeze that is in the radiator before you start the truck. If too low add more. Many people miss this problem the radiator cap may need replacing causing improper pressure in the radiator. Change it anyway. Another thing the radiator core could be blocked or restricted. If you have the thermostat out of its housing put it in some boiling hot water and see if it changes. That was the way we checked the thermostat in the old days. Hope this info helps.
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