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  1. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I've put a new thermostat in to cure the engine not getting up to temperature. I've bled the system as best I can and according to RAVE, but I've obviously got air in the lower half of the thermostat. As such, it's not getting hot enough to open. The gauge is getting up to the middle quite...
  2. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hi, I changed the brakes all round on my 2005 Range Rover Sport 4.2 SC RHD. All parts moving freely on the brakes, no binding. Recently purchased so don't have a good baseline on the brake feel. After bleeding I get a solid pedal when engine is off but once the engine is running the pedal...
  3. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi All, Im having some over heating problems after putting in a new radiator. I bought a 2008 4.4l NA Range Rover a little over a month ago. I brought the truck home and drove it on a number of long highway trips and all was well. In the garage one day when waxing the front bumper I saw that...
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Haven't posted on here for nine and a half years, now my second post in half an hour! I've just replaced my rear brake lines, calipers and hoses, so now want to change fluid and bleed system. I have a new accumulator, too, and presume that this is better fitted before, rather than after...
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    We picked up a 2000 P38 with the hopes of turning it into a light-off-roader/camping truck. It’s in pretty good shape, minus the heater core leaking and the brakes being absolutely terrible. We replaced the heater core (not awful to do!), and are now working on the brakes. At first the pump was...
  6. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Did bleed brake fluid (07 RRS HSE) and old fluid was red wine color Its that normal color or it was extremely bad ? Also with new fluid car dont make anymore a strange sound when breaking to a stop & when releasing brakes from a stop, (only been like 5 days, hope sound dont comeback) Thank you
  7. Range Rover Classic
    Hi all New to this Range Rover lark after rescuing a 1989 Vogue SE from a barn. I have replaced all discs, callipers and some brake lines but having a problem with bleeding the system. I have followed the (lengthy!) procedure from the workshop manual to the letter and the purging of air seems to...
  8. Range Rover Sport / L320
    I replaced a corroded brake line leading to the rear brakes. In the process of replacement, the master cylinder emptied. Now, no matter how much I bleed the system, the brake pedal is spongy. I clearly still have air in the system--I suspect in the ABS module. I have put over a liter of...
  9. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I bled the brakes on my 2001 4.6 Vogue a couple weekends ago when I replaced all the brake discs and pads and I suspect that I'll be doing it again soon as my accumulator seems to be on the way out and the dust seals on a couple of the calipers were worse for wear. I wasn't 100% confident on...
  10. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hello Folks, As an update to my old post regarding my Toasted old 4.2L SC engine, recently i swapped with a Good used one, however till now i didn't find the proper way to fully flush/Bleed the Cooling system, At the moment the car would run without overheating if RPM is not high as 2000...
  11. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Does anyone have step by step instructions on how to properly bleed brakes when using SDD? I searched and could not find anything. This will will be the first time I have used SDD to do the bleeding so I want to make sure I do it properly. Thanks.
  12. Range Rover Classic
    I'm writing this while ducking my head for the flaming I'll get for not referring to the factory manual, but can ANYONE briefly describe how bleeding the rear brakes in my '93 with ABS differs from a "normal" vehicle with a vacuum booster and master cylinder? I've searched this site ad nauseum...
  13. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi, ran out of fuel last night, put 20 litres in this morning, it took a long time to pump to injectors, but started up after about 15 mins. I now have noticed that there is air in the clear pipe from the filter going forward. How do I bleed this out?:sad: Any advise welcomed
  14. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I am trying to bleed brakes, the car has been standing for sometime front brakes bleed through OK, but back brakes seem like there is a blockage on the calipers. Any ideas or suggestions. Thanks
  15. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi Guys, I changed front and rear calipers and brake hoses and unfortunately I let the master cylinder get empty. I have a power bleeder and I understand the normal order is: right rear, left rear, right front, left front. However, before I do that, what other steps do I need to take? Do I...
  16. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Did a search found some info but not much... Long spongy brake, just rebuilt calipers, replaced hoses, rotors, pads. Master did not run dry, tried vacuum bleeding endless air bubbles. 2 person brake pump method finally some bubble free fluid but still spongy. Gravity bleed still spongy. I'm...
  17. Range Rover Classic
    Hey Everyone, My 91 RRC has a really stiff brake pedal and I'm assuming the braked need to bleed out. And also notice my rear brakes light do not come on when I press on the brake. Are these problems commonly connected and is it something I can do or should leave to a professional? Would love...
  18. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have a 97 P38 4.6 and recently notice the coolant level dropping and discovered a leak on the O rings to the heater core. I've now bypassed the heater core till I have time to struggle with replacing the O rings. I had minimal coolant loss when installing the 'U' pipe. I have bled the cooling...
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