We followed the old expression that people that do the best work do one thing and do it well. Like I said you're probably looking at a new radiator and heater core thanks to the buildup of the leak sealer and a resurface of the cylinder heads. And the important word here is stock. Option 1 Build it yourself by bringing in just the liners and finding a good block having it pressure tested. It was a buick design and in the 60's Land Rover acquired the rights and tooling to the engine.
That doesn't cost you much more time, and then you know both sides are not going to fail. I have an exhaust leak coming from the passenger side manifold, where it meets the down tube. Now my passenger side flange is leaking and I plan to go with the drill and bolt method. The steam cleaned nearby patch of engine being one of the only possible clues. Getting you what you need, efficiently and effectively - it's what we do.
Thanks for the tips and advice! Traced my leak to the coolant pipes attached to the inlet manifold- there appears to be a plate with 2 pipe stubs attached to the underside of the block which houses the throttle valve assembly. My 2002 Land Rover Discovery has been having coolant leak problems since the summer. From floor mats to filters to complete engines, we carry the widest range of parts and accessories for your Land Rover you will find anywhere! It is essential to change aged and worn-out components because they perform inefficiently. We appreciate your business - buy with confidence! I can put my hand on that connection and feel the exhaust coming out. Fel-Pro is a leading brand of gaskets and sealing solutions in the automotive aftermarket.
This was not found during the pressure test of the block prior to assembly due to the fact that heat cannot be applied to the block during pressure test. After driving in the mountains it did seem like there was still some untapped power. We simply don't list part 's that we can buy - we stock them. Next question was how to get an engine with top hat liners? You need to find out where the air is coming from, I can almost guarantee that is not coming from your head gasket. Had issues with coolant getting air in system.
I've seen this twice so far. Quality products, superior service and a wealth of happy customers are the keys to our success. Not sure, but i can feel air coming out just below the number 8 cylinder. Took it to the mechanic the other day. The Land Rover Discovery Exhaust Manifold Gasket is critical for making sure your engine is putting out maximum power. Just wondering if anyone has ever seen this before? The last place is the outlet hole on the bottom of the water pump. I'll let it ride for now.
Should I have cleaned both sides of the pipes better? I could see the exhaust coming out on cold mornings, and of course hear it. The steam cleaned nearby patch of engine being one of the only possible clues. The gasket did appear to be slightly different on one side versus the other so I use the witness marks from the removed gasket to make sure it was placed identically to the old. The first time I heard this a thought it sounded crazy and that the studs would break as usual. We have a many parts in stock or available next day of Land Rover Parts along with Range Rover Parts too. They are studs so plan to replace them not just the nuts. Here is why, the head bolts, they use a type of stress bolt that damages the block, if not cracks it.
The only reason I did not give up on my Discovery is because I always wanted one. This turned out to be true in all regards. Upon reassembling and starting the truck gave there was some good news and some bad news. You know you have had your Discovery for a while when you think of the engine as a timeline of rebuilds and engine swaps. Over 11,000 Parts In Stock! I may take the truck into a local muffler shop and have them take a look at it.
Apparently this is where you might see a slight difference between a 4. Pump was fine: I replaced the 2 O-rings and the weep was gone. Anyway, I replaced the gasket with a new gasket from Rovers North, and now the exhaust leak is still there. I simply took the old gasket out and replaced with a new gasket. It cost me more than I wanted, but sometimes I think its worth it to avoid the headache.