1995 Land Rover Discovery Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1995 Land Rover Discovery

1995 Land Rover Discovery Problems

Leaking Head Gaskets May Cause Low Coolant Levels

Low coolant levels can be caused by leaking head gaskets and/or failed cylinder liners. Misfires or engine performance issues usually accompany these problems.

Coolant May Leak Under Middle Due to Leaking Throttle Body Deicer

A Coolant leak under the middle of the vehicle can be caused by a leaking throttle body deicer. Coolant travels down the engine towards the rear before dripping to the ground.

Sticking Thermostat May Cause Needless Engine Cooling Fan Operation

A sticking thermostat can cause the engine cooling fans to operate even if they are not needed for cooling.

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1995 Land Rover Discovery Questions

Land Rover cuts off when coming to a stop, ck engine light on (2 answers)

When coming to a stop and letting up off the gas and pressing the brake, the Land Rover cuts off (occasionally, not always) but restarts. Now the ck engine light has come on. New plugs, wires, distributor. Could it be the fuel filter? Any suggestions are appreciated. Thank you.

manifold noise (1 answer)

It sounds like it is the manifold gasket is very loud tapping noise how do i fix this

stuck in park (4 answers)

car is stuck in park !

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1995 Land Rover Discovery Recalls

Replacement Drive Shaft Couplings Vibrate And Fail

Vehicles that had drive shaft couplers replaced may have had defective parts installed, which can result in drive shaft vibration and separation. Dealers will replace the affected rear drive shaft couplers free of charge to resolve the concern.

Recall 04V203000
ON CERTAIN SPORT UTILITY VEHICLES, A STRESS CRACK CAN DEVELOP IN THE PLASTIC FUEL TANKS.
Recall 98V040000
VEHICLE DESCRIPTION: PASSENGER VEHICLES. AS A RESULT OF CHAFFING OF A CRUISE CONTROL WIRE, THE STEERING WHEEL ROTARY COUPLER CAN OVERHEAT AND INADVERTENTLY DEPLOY THE DRIVER'S AIR BAG.

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