Question about 2001 Land Rover Range Rover
Probably a blown head gasket. Don't drive it far sounding like this as it can damage the head itself. The solution is to replace the head gaskets. In all likelyhood the heads will need skimming to restore a good sealing face. This is also a good time to check things like lifters and camshaft. Use aftermarket head bolts as the factory bolts rely on yield point to set the torque and are notorious for not holding down properly.
Posted on Aug 16, 2008
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