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  1. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Is there a DIY to flushing my 2010 Range Rover sport? Thanks in advance
  2. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    if you have vacuum pump you can use it to flush/change steering fluid in your car. you will need 2 L of fluid ( I use Pentosin/FUCS 202.), plug of some sort to plug return line connection and a means to connect vacuum pump to the return hose. that is it. First suck all fluid from reservoir...
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Brake pedal has been getting a little spongy. Just wondering what would approximately be sufficient to fully flush the system. 2 quarts/64floz? I am just guessing the amount needed by looking at the service kit that AB sells.It includes 2 quarts of the Castrol GTLMA. Which I feel might be...
  4. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Whats the best way to flush the p/s fluid? Remove the low pressure hose, start the vehicle and let the old fluid drain out? Siphon out the old fluid from the reservoir? https://youtu.be/9ipX1N14BeU In this video, when he disconnected the low pressure hose, he only drain out the old fluid from...
  5. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I am taking my 2004 Range Rover in for a suspected torque convertor issue. While there, I'd like to do a service on the trans fluid. I have heard with older vehicles to do only a drain and fill/ filter replacement v. flush. It has about 135,000 mi- no clue when the last service was done- PO...
  6. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I just did a coolant flush this past weekend myself and found that if I have the radiator drain plug open and the reservoir tank open, after all of the coolant/water has drained, starting the engine and pouring more water into the reservoir tank really seemed to get a lot more gunk out based on...
  7. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hi all. I have a 2009 range rover HSE with 27,000 miles. I was told my power steering fluid needed to be changed by a reputable indy shop where I live. After being pushy, I just told them to flush it and change the fluid. Now, a day later, my steering wheel keeps binding and getting stuck and...
  8. Range Rover Classic
    So I'm going to fit a new steering box and I need to flush the system before I connect to the box.. Ideas? And I have about a gallon of Texaco 7045e (Dexron IIIG) fluid leftover from flushing the L322, can I use this? So far I'm left pondering if the fluid will drain by gravity when the pipes...
  9. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Hello, I am having problems with little to no heat on the drivers side while the passengers side heats up nicely. After doing some research it seems the heater core is the likely culprit. I am going to try flushing it out to see if that will make any improvements. Does anyone have any tips on...
  10. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    I have used the search function but not clear on the consensus. What type o fluid are the majority using CHF 11s or ATF DEX III? Anybody know how many Liters required for a flush? Thanks
  11. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hey, Forum My sunroof sits very low beneath the roofline at the back. I'd say a 1/4 to 1/2 an inch low. I remedy it by just tapping the "tilt" button a few times to get it perfectly flush, but then I just get my "SUNROOF OPEN" message, which doesn't really bother at all. Is there anything wrong...
  12. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    2008 range Rover HSE with 122k miles I'm going to replace brakes +/- rotors soon and would like to complete a brake flush as well. My mechanic is going to, but I like to buy the parts for him. How many quarts of brake fluid do i need for flush of front and rear brakes? thank you again
  13. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    With about 75K on the clock now (2008 NA), I plan to do a transmission pan/filter/fluid change. My question is, are you guys doing a full flush or just adding/topping off the 4 or so quarts that you lose when dropping the pan. I have been hearing from independent and LR mechanics that its not...
  14. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Anyone have an easy way to do a power steering fluid flush? Rave does not say anything (and yes, I have done a search). The fluid has not been changed since the car was new, 15 years ago! The radiator is out of the car at the minute while I do other jobs so the reservoir is easy to drain...
  15. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hoping someone can help, looked everywhere, no instruction on how to do a proper coolant flush, RAVE say to "remove cylinder block drain plug". Does 2006 range rover HSE SC have that? I could not locate it. So far, drained the coolant from what seems to be the radiator tap. Thanks!
  16. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Hello Im having the vibration hum issue on my 2005 Hse. Yes the revs are dropping with the noise. I read all post pointing towards the torque converter. I purchased a remanufactured unit from torqueconverter1.com. My questions is....Should I try a full fluid flush(11 liters) or half fluid...
  17. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    I have been planing on doing a auto transmission flush on my car but im just a tat afraid. Normaly its no problem but as we know rr p38 2000mod dont have a dipstic on the gearbox. So im cinda afraid that i have to start and stop the engin to refill under the car ca 30 times to prevent me from...
  18. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    http://www.thectsc.com/catalog/6-speed-land-rover-103.html Is this the right kit for a full size 2006 RR - transmission oil/pan/filter. Thanks in advance.
  19. Range Rover Sport / L320
    Have the rig in for service today to fix the clunk in the front end (control arm bushings - covered by extended warranty). They are wanting to flush the brakes fro $159 and flush the power steering for $299. I think I'm ok with the cost of the brake flush but the power steering? Thoughts...
  20. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    Sorry for all the questions today. Wondering if someone out there has some tips - I'll be doing the valley pan gasket soon and will need to completely drain the coolant. I have checked with RAVE but the drain plug is tucked behind the starter and even if I do get it, I'm sure to get drenched...
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