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What would cause the small hose to blow off the radiator of a 99 land rover discovery 2

Small hose blew off causing it to lose antifreeze

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SOURCE: fuse box location in a 99 land rover discovery

There are two fuse boxes. One in the engine compartment and one under the dash on passenger side.

You can find all parts for your Discovery here.

Posted on Mar 05, 2009

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SOURCE: is it possible to fit land rover discovery 2 wheel

is their any difference?? i would really need to get my hands on and around this to see whats what ,but i should think it could be done

Posted on Jan 02, 2010

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SOURCE: Losing antifreeze, but I see no leakage on the

If you are loosing radiator water/antifreeze and you see 'white' smoke out of your exhaust then it is likely that you are seeing steam: this usually indicates that you have a blown cylinder head gasket or have a cracked ylinder head: both situation will cause overheating of your engine. You can also check this situation by waiting until the engine is COLD, opening the radiator cap, refill with clean radiator fluid/water, restart the engine and see if the water as seen in the radiator is violently bubbling. Another condition before even starting the car again is if you see oil/white-brown staining in the radiator fluid caused by cracked cylinder head or gaskets letting engine oil in the radiator circuit. In any case, it is a critical sitation and you should get it checked and fixed immediately.
Hope it helps and please let me know if I have assessed the correct situation.

Posted on Jan 23, 2010

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SOURCE: 1996 land rover discovery intake manifold gasket

oil from the pcv valve going into your intake manifold will cause a gasket to swell. but it should not be to the point where it's noticeable. you should probably replace the intake manifold gasket at this point.

Posted on Feb 16, 2010

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I have bought a 99 land rover discovery and it is overheating


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Losing antifreeze, but I see no leakage on the


If you are loosing radiator water/antifreeze and you see 'white' smoke out of your exhaust then it is likely that you are seeing steam: this usually indicates that you have a blown cylinder head gasket or have a cracked ylinder head: both situation will cause overheating of your engine. You can also check this situation by waiting until the engine is COLD, opening the radiator cap, refill with clean radiator fluid/water, restart the engine and see if the water as seen in the radiator is violently bubbling. Another condition before even starting the car again is if you see oil/white-brown staining in the radiator fluid caused by cracked cylinder head or gaskets letting engine oil in the radiator circuit. In any case, it is a critical sitation and you should get it checked and fixed immediately.
Hope it helps and please let me know if I have assessed the correct situation.

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Just changed all the hoses & thermostat on my 2000 land rover (over 100k) discovery last week. Now noticed antifreeze leaking under water pump- suspect it's going bad, am I correct?


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There is a puddle of oil behind the throttle plate in my 97 land rover discovery.why? there is a breather hose that goes from the valve cover to the mantafold plenum is there supposed to be a pcv valve or...


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Do this only if the engine is cold.Set the heater on.Remove the coolant expansion tank cap , place a suitable container under the radiator area , Look under the radiator (bottom rear side) for a plastic screw and loosen this by hand . Move swiftly not to get wet.Remove the bleeding screw on the top radiator hose.Flush the system with a coolant flush solution if the coolant is really dirty.Refit the drain plug , refill anti freeze (check with your parts supplier for the recommended ratio for your area(or your dealer)and top up with water.Run the engine and close the bleed screw once water comes out and replace the cap.Warm the vehicle up and remove the cap when it has cooled down again.Check coolant level and top up.Reset the heater off(if its summer there.)

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