Question about Land Rover Discovery
I suggest flushing the system. Before doing that collect a 5ltr or 5gallon container of ATF formulated to operate at low temperatures....The problem could be water contamination in the fluid.... If this is so, the water may be freezing over night and forming ice....This can damage the pump and possibly the box too....
Keep in mind that the fluid will be pumped out from the system very quickly and therefore you should refill at the same rate....Never let the system run dry during this operation
Posted on Nov 11, 2010
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