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Yeah. And I posted it awhile ago but I'm in Canada and I got my timing gear fixed for 400 bucks on warranty. . so. I dunno. Seems like a long shot.
 

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YES !!!! Unfortunately, my timing chain broke on my 2007 Range Rover Sport.
I am the original owner with all of the maintenance records. My RR Sport only has 85k miles. I believe that Land Rover should be held accountable for the repairs.
 

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Interesting that they are only doing 2012-2014's....pretty sure the late production 2012's,2013 &14's had the issue resolved.
 

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I have been doing some research online and discovered that several other people with older models RR’s have had timing chain and engine problems.
 

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Honestly when you go on any auto auction, you’ll see about 80% cars that are there are for mechanical brake downs. All the cars around 100k miles. It’s sad and really messed on Land Rover side. I spoke with the lawyers and they said that cars with lower mileage qualify but higher you go the chances are lower.
 

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Good to know..... what do they consider “low mileage “ ?
In my opinion , a 13 1/2 year old RR , one original owner with 85k miles is low mileage. !
 

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Yeah you would be considered low mileage but unfortunately you don’t have the 5.0. I believe they only handle these car engines. If they win you might get assistance but chances are low because Land Rover, and I mean HQ not just dealership, doesn’t care...
 
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