Question about 2002 Land Rover Freelander
Based on your comment I can assume that there are no puddles under the car,no smell of burning oil coming from the engine,and no visible leaks.There are two possible ways for the oil to go under these conditions.1 that it is going out your exhaust because your head gasket is gone and is allowing oil into the combustion chamber or 2 your rings are worn and allowing oil into the combustion chamber where it is burning off.As for the rings, a simple compression test will tell you almost straight away if they are bad or not.The other is by taking it apart I'm afraid.Good Luck
Posted on Nov 04, 2010
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