LR4 Bites The Dust

KeninNC

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Sep 22, 2019
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Charlotte, NC
Sorry to hear that. I had a similar issue in my LR3. I was just driving it in the neighborhood and it just got up to temperature and I saw steam. Shut it down and popped the hood to see coolant everywhere.

The temp gauge never rose above normal.

After that I put a temp gauge on the dash. I don't trust the instrument panels temp gauge. Coming from a D2 this is a common modification. In the D2 normal temp gauge does not go to red until 250 degrees. I can't find in Rave what the LR3 needs to be for the needle so start moving upward.
 

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discostew

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Sep 14, 2010
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Northern Illinois
Sorry to hear that. I had a similar issue in my LR3. I was just driving it in the neighborhood and it just got up to temperature and I saw steam. Shut it down and popped the hood to see coolant everywhere.

The temp gauge never rose above normal.

After that I put a temp gauge on the dash. I don't trust the instrument panels temp gauge. Coming from a D2 this is a common modification. In the D2 normal temp gauge does not go to red until 250 degrees. I can't find in Rave what the LR3 needs to be for the needle so start moving upward.
You won’t find any LR3 info in Rave. That platform for information stops at the Disco2 and P38 Range Rover.