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Hi Y’all, recently my 2007 Range Rover HSE with 200,000 miles has given me problems. On the way back from the store it started producing blue/white smoke out of the exhaust every time I tapped the throttle. I went home, checked the oil dipstick and it was slightly low, but nothing unordinary. I added 2 quarts of oil. Now the car wont start. The only error on the dash is a flashing PARK symbol. It became clear the battery died, no radio, or cabin lights. After jumping the car it still won’t start, I am completely out of ideas. If anyone has any recommendations, I’d love to hear them.
 

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Adding two quarts seems suspicious to me. Was the crankcase that low? Could it be overfilled? Try checking the dipstick again, and also try draining about a quart of oil from the crankcase. It ran with being two quarts low(?). One quart should not affect much. Ray
 

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No messages on the dash message centre?
Fuel rail pressure?
Fuses fuel pump/ignition?
Get a code reader on it
 
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