1997 Land Rover Discovery Repair and Maintenance
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1997 Land Rover Discovery ProblemsLeaking Head Gaskets May Cause Low Coolant Levels
Internal failure of the rear cargo door latch can cause the door to not open when using the outside door handle.
A sticky ignition switch can cause the ignition key to become stuck, and possibly break during operation.
1997 Land Rover Discovery QuestionsTrying to stop an oil leak from the small black sensor on the back of the engine (1 answer)
I think this is a cam sensor. My heads are leaking and then this guy. The leaks aren't too bad, but they are slowly leaking more. I also have a leak from the AC compressor.
the idling has been higher. Two days ago the engine stalled and there is know spark going to the plugs when you turn it over it has an empty sound I think it may be the ignition coil and if so how hard are they to change.
Can Idol or putt around town all day without overheating.
Runs great until your on the highway for about 25 min. Then it overheats. Block test negative, new clutch fan, water pump, electrical fans, radiator flush and hoses.
No smoke, runs great!! For awhile lol.
After it overheats you can turn...
1997 Land Rover Discovery RecallsReplacement 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.