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1970-1995 Range Rover Classic
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If you go for a short run (10 mins or so) and the top and bottom hoses are different temperatures, this points to a (partially) blocked radiator potentially. Range Rover rads. are known to silt up over time. If the temperature gauge goes over about half-way under normal driving conditions and certainly anywhere near red, then this also indicates a poorly performing radiator.

It could also be simply due to the radiator fins being clogged with assorted cr&p over time which may be relieved by cleaning it out
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