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  1. Range Rover Mark III / L322
    First things first. New water pump, new thermostat housing, new over fill hose, and rear heater core pipe all have been installed. I cannot, repeat cannot figure out why my coolant (at this point just distilled water) isn’t circulating. I get a weird noise and performance restriction pop up...
  2. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi Guys, been sorting some bits out on my new 2.5 Diesel 1998 Rangie last few days. I have the steering damper and the undertray above it removed for access. I noticed at the front of the engine sump some pink staining and I could have sworn it was wet there earlier but it isn't now. The...
  3. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    After changing all cooling system components except the waterpump and still having temperature fluctuations I thought it best to change the waterpump as well......this is what I found. Now cool steady temp and easy bleed.
  4. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    Hi, my water pump seems to be leaking as such I will need to replace it. I am not an experienced mechanic however I can do basic maintenance - is this job difficult ?
  5. Range Rover Mark II / P38
    New Waterpump, thermostat: Still have the book icon and now throwing code P4055 Good evening/morning/afternoon! Gents, So I am still trying to track down some issues with my P38. (2000 4.6 HSE, 139,000ish miles.) I know I have posted a bit on the truck, but to speed things along; I am the...
  6. Range Rover Classic
    This all started with changing V-Belts for the power steering pump. I was unable to source the correct 13mm with type so used an 11mm for a while. The 11mm soon stretched beyond the available tension adjustment range as it ran too deeply in the pulley groove and within weeks i was back...
  7. Range Rover Classic
    leaking powersteering and water coming out of a bolt hole from waterpump housing the underside of my RRC looks like the tar sands in alaska, and that's because of the pump of the powersteering is leaking like nothing else, but i can't see from where, because everthing is coverd with a thick...
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