Question about 2005 Land Rover Freelander
My temperature guage is all over the place after i drive a few miles.The heater is not working very well. Any ideas ?
Posted on Apr 22, 2011
Most obvious question is when that happens, is the engine actually overheating or just reading that it is?
If there are no signs of overheating, I'd check that the temp sender is working correctly and that the wiring to it is not grounding somewhere. Though not "high tech" you can tape a small dial type thermometer that has readings past 240 to the upper hose and check temp when light is on compared to "normal".If readings are similar, then I'd change sender.
Also check the a/c condenser for obstructions. (leaves, bugs, plastic bags etc). That alone can cause strange temp fluctuations.
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