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My 2005 land rover freeland over heats in egine the temp sensor read good in side but the the engine water bubles in the coolant botle and the thermostate hoses stay cool we change the thermostate but still the same water bubules in coolant bottle we check the temp on the engine with a heat gun it reads 150 but in ssid it reads good it feels like its over heating

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Water bubbles in tank is normal. Rovers have a closed system, that onset an overflow bottle, it's a remote filler and you normally will see coolant circulating in tank. I'd be worried if I didn't see circulation.

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I have a freelander 2000 model, When ever i try to use the A/C, it does take 5mins for the car to overheat & Stop itself. meanwhile the Temprature indicator is fixed at the center indicating that the...


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