3 Common Range Rover Engine Problems To Look Out For

Troubleshooting problems with your car can be difficult, but the key is to know what to look out for and what common issues are likely to rear their heads at some point in the future. This means that you’ll be fully prepared if and when they do arise.

Common problems you are likely to encounter with Range Rover engines include chattering noises when the car is idling, something that usually happens because of an issue with the driver belt idler pulley. Take a look and see if you can spot what’s wrong with it.

Also look out for oil leaking from the front crankshaft. If you spot this, make sure you deal with it as quickly as you can, as it can prove expensive to sort out if left to its own devices. You may need to replace the seal, so check this first.

If you’ve had your car for a fair few years, you may find that travelling along in the vehicle has become a little uncomfortable. This could be down to air suspension failure, so you may want to replace the air suspensions with traditional coil springs to help prevent this from happening in the future.

These are just a couple of problems you may encounter, but you can easily keep on top of everything if you carry out regular maintenance work on your vehicle. That way, you can spot issues as and when they arise, and before they become too problematic or expensive to resolve.

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