Have similar situation with a ‘96 4.0. Takes about 15 seconds for my tick to go away at startup.
On occasion I get a tick after engine warms up and driving. Mine is a lazy lifter that will loose pressure. Comes and goes. Eventually will need addressed.
Nice Rover. GLWS.
In all the 52 years of legally driving and owning more vehicles I can remember I’ve never owned a brand new vehicle that needed a new engine on initial ownership.
So what if it is a brand new engine being built in a brand new factory? Its called manufacturing Quality Control and proper up front...
For gawds sake. It is 2020. They spent how many years “developing” the new Rover. And then advertise how much testing has been done on it for reliability. Sorry, don’t buy it will be worked out. There are just too many electronics to accomplish what?? And yea first year may have teething issues...
With Winter approaching, the Rangie will go into hibernation. Thought a good project would be to make sure all the ground wires were in good shape.
Does anyone have a list of where they are all located?
Thx in advance.
Yes, agreed. Yet guess it depends on what you want as the end product. I still have the OEM Range Rover Waterproof seat covers and on occasion I put them on and while they do a great job just don’t like the feel. Realize they are not the same as those being discussed yet seat covers are just...