What caused my 2014 range rover to lose engine compression?
2014 Land Rover Range Rover

What caused my 2014 Range Rover to lose engine compression?

(2014 Land Rover Range Rover)
I took my 2014 Range rover into mechanic as the coolant level was low. The mechanic said it needed a new water pump. After they replaced the water pump they test drove it and it died on the side of the road and they said they wouldn't work on it any more and advised we take it to a dealership. After looking at it the Range rover dealership found the inlet/outlet plastic pipe for coolant system was split open and the engine had no compression. The dealership recommended it needed a new motor. Please help
Tags: land rover, range rover
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on October 07, 2019

Unfortunately this is something you’ll have to work out between the repair facility that installed the water pump and the dealer - we really can’t advise one way or another without personal *hands-on* evaluation.

Good luck with it!
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on October 07, 2019

Unfortunately this is something you’ll have to work out between the repair facility that installed the water pump and the dealer - we really can’t advise one way or another without personal *hands-on* evaluation.

Good luck with it!
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