Lr4 coolant leak

Lr4 coolant leak DEFAULT

Included for free with this service

12-month / 12k-mile warranty

Free 50 point safety inspection

Our certified mobile mechanics can come to your home or office 7 days a week between 7 AM and 9 PM.

See availability


Coolant Reservoir Replacement Service

How much does a Coolant Reservoir Replacement cost?

On average, the cost for a Land Rover LR4 Coolant Reservoir Replacement is $209 with $114 for parts and $95 for labor. Prices may vary depending on your location.

CarServiceEstimateShop/Dealer Price
2012 Land Rover LR4V8-5.0LService typeCoolant Reservoir ReplacementEstimate$342.57Shop/Dealer Price$416.97 - $600.78
2013 Land Rover LR4V8-5.0LService typeCoolant Reservoir ReplacementEstimate$322.57Shop/Dealer Price$397.00 - $580.83
2014 Land Rover LR4V6-3.0L TurboService typeCoolant Reservoir ReplacementEstimate$322.57Shop/Dealer Price$397.00 - $580.83
2010 Land Rover LR4V8-5.0LService typeCoolant Reservoir ReplacementEstimate$322.57Shop/Dealer Price$396.96 - $580.76
2015 Land Rover LR4V6-3.0L TurboService typeCoolant Reservoir ReplacementEstimate$322.57Shop/Dealer Price$397.02 - $580.88
2016 Land Rover LR4V6-3.0L TurboService typeCoolant Reservoir ReplacementEstimate$322.57Shop/Dealer Price$397.00 - $580.83
2011 Land Rover LR4V8-5.0LService typeCoolant Reservoir ReplacementEstimate$327.57Shop/Dealer Price$401.76 - $585.41

Show example Land Rover LR4 Coolant Reservoir Replacement prices

What is the Coolant Reservoir all about?

Cooling systems on vehicles are meant to remove heat from critical engine components. The fluid or coolant that circulates through the system carries the heat out of the engine to the radiator, where air flow dissipates the heat it contains. A natural reaction to the heat which the fluid experiences is expansion. If the fluid in the cooling system is at the full mark when the engine is cold, the volume will be greater when the fluid is hot due to expansion. Because the cooling system is closed and pressurized when hot, the excess hot coolant needs to go somewhere. It is pushed into a surge tank, or an overflow tank, where it remains until the engine cools down. When the engine cools, the contraction from the fluid still in the system creates a vacuum and the surge tank’s hose draws the coolant back into the system. If the coolant surge tank is cracked or broken, the coolant will leak onto the ground. An airlock will form in the cooling system when the surge tank hose only draws in air instead of coolant.

Keep in mind:

  • Engine coolant is extremely hot when the engine is at operating temperature. Never open the cooling system when the engine is hot.
  • The surge tank should be flushed when the coolant is being changed out.

How it's done:

  • The coolant is drained into a suitable container and the coolant recovery reservoir cap is removed.

  • The old coolant recovery reservoir is disconnected from all of the hoses hoses and pulled free of the vehicle.

  • The new coolant recovery reservoir is installed into the vehicle and secured. The coolant hoses are installed and secured using new clamps.

  • The coolant is refilled and purged of air as per manufacturer recommendation.

  • The vehicle coolant recovery reservoir is checked for leaks and proper operation.

Our recommendation:

The surge tank itself should never need attention unless it is damaged or broken. Excess engine heat may also warp the container, though it is not common. If your coolant surge tank is broken or leaking, have one of our expert mechanics replace it.

What common symptoms indicate you may need to replace the Coolant Reservoir?

  • Coolant leaking onto the ground when engine is hot.
  • Engine overheats due to an airlock.

How important is this service?

The surge tank is part of the cooling system. It may seem to be auxiliary, but it is essential to proper operation. If the surge tank leaks coolant out, an airlock will form in the engine and it could overheat, causing damage. If your surge tank is broken, have it replaced as soon as possible to prevent further issues.

Fast and easy service at your home or office

Backed by 12-month, 12.000-mile guarantee



Recent articles & questions

How to Register a Car in Utah

Moving Moving to a new area comes with a lot of challenges that you will have to meet head on to avoid getting overwhelmed. Utah is among the most popular states in the country due to the great weather and...

Rules of the Road For Hawaii Drivers

While While you may be comfortable with the rules for driving on the roads in your own state, they may not be the same when you go to another state. If you are planning on visiting or moving to Hawaii,...

What Should I Do If My Tire Has a Nail In It?

Getting a nail or other foreign object stuck in your tire (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/is-it-safe-to-drive-with-a-nail-in-my-tire) can be irritating. Most of the time we do not notice that a puncture has occurred until we come out to the vehicle and the tire is flat....

Advice on using oil combinations and changing oil

Yes, I would use a higher-quality filter (https://www.yourmechanic.com/article/how-to-tell-if-an-oil-filter-is-good-quality) because if you do use a higher-quality filter with that synthetic oil, you can change your oil every 7,000 or 10,000 miles instead every 5,000 miles or 3,000 miles. I would use...

Car stalls when stopped in traffic

Just because your Check Engine Light is not on does not mean you do not have codes in the computer memory. You could have codes that are called pending codes. These codes mean a problem happened but has not happened...



Sours: https://www.yourmechanic.com/estimates/land-rover/lr4/coolant-reservoir-replacement

Causes of 2011 Land Rover LR4 White Exhaust Smoke

The causes of white exhaust smoke can vary; however, it is common to see white exhaust smoke when first starting a2011 Land Rover LR4 especially on cooler days. This is generally steam caused by condensation. As the engine warms up and the condensation dissipates the white exhaust smoke (steam) is no longer seen. If excessive white exhaust smoke is present well after the engine warms up, it is necessary to have the 2011 Land Rover LR4 inspected for possible internal coolant leaks. Indicators of an internal coolant leak include billowing white exhaust smoke accompanied by a sweet odor or a low coolant reservoir level. An internal coolant leak can also contaminate the engine oil giving it a frothy, milky appearance. Even small amounts of coolant entering the combustion chamber will produce white exhaust smoke.

One of the main causes of white exhaust smoke and coolant loss is a cracked or warped cylinder head, a cracked engine block, or head gasket failure caused by overheating. A cracked head may allow coolant to leak into one or more cylinders or into the combustion chamber of the engine. Dirty coolant, a poorly maintained cooling system, a low coolant level, or a non-functioning cooling fan can cause engine overheating. In addition, engine wear can eventually cause the gaskets to lose their capacity to seal properly allowing internal coolant loss. Intake manifold gasket and head gasket failures are two of the most common sources of internal coolant loss caused by engine wear.

Never remove the radiator cap or coolant reservoir cap while the engine is hot or running as it can cause serious injury; always allow the 2011 Land Rover LR4 to cool down completely first. Checking for a low coolant level in the reservoir is the first step in determining if coolant loss is causing the white exhaust smoke. If the coolant reservoir is at the proper level but excessive white exhaust smoke is present, a cooling system pressure check is required to determine where, if any, coolant leaks are located.

Related Questions and Answers

Should I Be Worried about White Exhaust Smoke Coming from a Car?

White exhaust smoke from your 2011 Land Rover LR4 , depending on when you see it, can be extremely serious or it can mean almost nothing. If you only see it when you first start the 2011 Land Rover LR4 in the early morning when the temperature is low, you have nothing to worry about. However, if you see it all the time, you can have a simple problem, or a very serious problem. If the smoke dissipates shortly after leaving the tailpipe, this means it's actually steam and signifies a blown head gasket. This is bad. If the cloud isn't too bad and doesn't dissipate, then you could be burning oil. Depending where the leak is, this can be very bad or not terribly bad. No matter what, you should have it looked at.

Sours: https://www.mycarspecs.com/article/land-rover/lr4/2011/base/causes-of-white-exhaust-smoke
  1. Touch you kalimba
  2. Corvette clip art
  3. Capstone logistics salary
  4. 2014 ford f150 fuses
  5. Vet trussville al

Coolant Crossover Pipe/Tube LR018275, Water Pump Outlet To Block, For Land Rover LR4, Range Rover Sport And Range Rover Full Size (See Fitment Years)

Product Details

If you're seeing coolant leaking in your front engine compartment directly behind the radiator, this hose assembly can often be the culprit.

It is a wear item and should be replaced on older vehicles if leaking or when replacing the water pump.

The two o-rings that come fitted to the two down tubes on this hose assembly (that fit into the top of the engine) are the most common failure point. These o-rings will often disintegrate over time on older vehicles and you will see coolant begin to seep from the connection points on the engine top.

The seam along the spine of this hose assembly is also a known weakspot on older vehicles that can degrade over time and where coolant can start to seep.

 

 

Sours: https://www.roverparts.com/belts-hoses/radiator-hoses/LR018275/
LandRover Discovery Coolant Leak Repair! - RustySkull Productions

Fix Antifreeze Leaks: 2010-2016 Land Rover LR4

1. Getting Started - Prepare for the repair

2. Set Up Paper - Position paper and mark wheels

3. Assess Leak - How to determine if the leaking fluid is coolant

4. Open the Hood - How to pop the hood and prop it open

5. Find Reservoir - Locate the coolant reservoir and clean it

6. Check Level - Determine the coolant level

7. Fix Minor Leaks - Easy way to tackle minor coolant leaks

8. Replace Cap - Secure the coolant reservoir cap

9. More Info. - Additional information on minor coolant leaks

Share on   Share on Twitter  Share on Facebook

The video above shows to how to fix minor coolant (anti freeze) leaks in your 2011 Land Rover LR4. Before attempting to fix the coolant components on your LR4, please check out our What is Leaking? to determine what type of fluid is leaking from your car. Engine coolant (which is also called anti-freeze or antifreeze) circulates through your LR4's engine and keeps it from overheating. In 2011 LR4s with the 5.0 liter engine, coolant leaks are most likely to occur where the hoses connect to the engine, but it can also leak from the reservoir or from the hoses. When fixing antifreeze leaks, it is important to check the condition of the hoses - they wear out over time and small cracks are only going to get bigger. The video above shows you where the coolant reservoir, hoses and connections on your 2011 LR4 HSE are located and the steps needed to fix minor coolant leaks.

Coolant is highly toxic, so be sure to wear safety glasses and gloves and always clean up spills promptly as animals are attracted to the sweet taste of coolant. If you ignore a leaking coolant long enough, you will run out of coolant, which leads to overheated engines and other serious, but highly avoidable, problems. In many 2011 LR4s, a coolant leak can be a precursor to a hose bursting or flying off, which severely limits how far you can drive before your engine overheats.

  • Advance Auto coupon for
    20% off entire order: KIOSK20
Sours: https://www.carcarekiosk.com/video/2011_Land_Rover_LR4_HSE_5.0L_V8/fluid_leaks/coolant_antifreeze

Leak lr4 coolant

Engine (23%)

Transmission and Drivetrain (3%)

Brakes and Traction Control (5%)

Suspension and Steering (15%)

Electrical and Air Conditioning (41%)

Paint, Rust, Leaks, Rattles, and Trim (6%)

Other (6%)

Chart based on 294 repairs.

See TSBs and recalls for the Land Rover LR4.

$2500+ (9%)

$1000 - $2499 (9%)

$500 - $999 (11%)

$100 - $499 (14%)

< $100 (57%)

Chart based on 56 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.

5605 kmr/r engine oil cooler. Engine oil made its way into coolant system 

Return to top

77419 km

US $250
Clogged valves, needed new ECU 
167742 km

US $950
Oil Change 

Return to top

103226 kmFuel injectors replaced 
104839 km

US $700
evap detetection valve replacement 
116129 km

US $3500
Head gasket failed. Manifested as low coolant and random cyl misfires. 
35784 kmCracked oil cooler 
41935 km

US $350
Water pump leak detected during scheduled maintenance inspection. Repair performed under warranty. 
31432 kmReplaced entire engine 

Return to top

190000 km

C $500
Water pump had to be replaced again 
1613 kmCar wouldn't start. Blamed on computer system. 
111290 km

US $640
Water pump leaking, required replacing 
164516 km

US $3600
Service engine light, code P0018. Replaced timimg chain tensioners and adjusters due to excessive wear. 
137097 km

US $1000
Water pump leaking badly on a Fridsy night, needed car asap, dealer was able to take in and repair in about 8 hours on Saturday. Normally would not have taken to dealer. 
200000 km

US $700
Water pump and gasket, and thermostat replacement due to leak/wear/tear. 
88710 km

US $1600
warning lights on, car need evap sensor, evap tank and brakw switch 
30000 kmReplaced secondary turbo, blowing excessive blue smoke. Turbo actually now considered ok as problem was turbo drain pipe which was corrected at a later date. 
50000 kmReplaced secondary turbo pipe under warranty 
46935 kmreplaced water pump warning light "engine fail" came on, cam sensor fault. nothing was done to fix it and it hasn't returned. 
29032 kmStuck fan clutch. Engine made roaring sound when accelerating. Noisy upper engine was bad timing chain tensioner. Replaced leaking water pump. Replaced both catalytic converters. 
30432 kmReplaced both mass airflow sensors. Tried cleaning them twice in previous month. 
33871 kmReplaced leaking plastic intake manifold. 
22581 kmEngine warning light indicated emissions systems fault. 
22068 kmFuel injector needed replacement; an engine cylinder misfiring 
32258 kmWhile at the dealer for other repairs, they found the water pump was leaking and replaced it. 
55623 km

US $4100
Water pump was leaking, so they replaced it. 
162903 km

US $1300
Coolant leak, something other than the water pump. 
19355 kmEmissions sensor replaced 
75806 km

US $170
Leaky water pump 
91129 km

US $195
Broken [radiator] hose clip 

Return to top

95161 km

US $420
The car randomly shut off while driving twice. Did a diagnostic, no codes present, possibly bc restarted car too many times. They ended up cleaning air induction system (Air filters, MAF sensor, intake and such) and the fuel injection system. 
106452 km

US $1000
waterpump replacement 
20968 kmOne afternoon, car wouldn't respond to pressing the engine start button. No warning light, no warning messages, nothing. Battery was full, I can turn on stereo and operate navigation. Waited 5 minutes and it started up fine... strange. 
74194 km

US $3000
Coolant draining out of car repeatedly. Rover dealer at first replaced the water pump, claiming it was rusty, and seals failed; coolant still leaking after repair. 
75794 km

US $3000
Dealer finally steam cleaner entire engine, so the hairline leak could be found and repaired 
72268 km

US $800
Engine coolant leak. Faulty pump. Repaired/replaced under warranty 
81700 kmcheck engine light came on, took the car to the dealer. tech said that the code was for the gear selector, but he could find nothing wrong with it light reset...no repair 
115000 km

C $1700
While the LR4 was having the AC fixed I asked the dealer to do a bulletin repair on a known failure to start issue. It took them 3 attempts to get it done. The first 2 times the truck was dead. Totally dead. So glad all seems OK now. 
215000 km

C $300
Replaced air filter. 300 bucks. Yikes 
95161 kmMaf sensor replaced 
14853 kmAudio and computer have gone out about four times at this point. Software update was performed and has gone out one additional time. 
6452 kmTSB issued for software update? Nothing I noticed, I went to have an accessory fitted and they did the update to save me a trip. 
75806 kmFuel pump gasket leaking causing constant smell of fuel on outside of vehicle 
83445 kmLeak somewhere in cooling system 
6452 kmService light came on but dealership was not able to determine cause. 
12090 km

US $200
Problem with post cat 02 sensor as well as manifold. Cleaned 02 sensors and replaced. Check engine light still illuminated. Will need to continue troubleshooting. 
12390 kmError from Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor; cleaned MAP sensor and air intake resonator and air filters. Problem resolved for 3 days, then check engine light came on again. 
20968 kmManifold Absolute Pressure sensor fault. 
18029 kmRadiator pump failed, spraying coolant all over engine bay and having too little coolant in system. 
24194 kmElectronic fuel measurement failed; vehicle ran out of fuel on highway. 
81745 km

US $100
Water pump needed to be replaced. 
156452 km

US $80
Cooling system - coolant manifold is cracked and leaked coolants on top of cylinder head. The plastic manifold was replaced and coolants are replaced as well. 
1290 kmHad TPM sensor error come on frequently. Each time, the error would cause the entire electronic system to restart. Dealer found a loose harness connection behind NAV unit. Problem solved. Three trips to the dealer.  

Return to top

Return to top

53226 kmplastic manifold split between airintake and turbo 
69000 kmTurbo oil return pipe factory modification 
10000 kmoil leak dealer overfilled engine oil 
39000 kmoil leak sumo gasket 
48000 kmturbo solenoid replaced 
50700 kmmaf sensor caused reduced performance 
60000 kmrough idle, reduced performance 
61000 kmrough idle when cold reduced performance rough idle at 1500 rpm 
61700 kmoil leak 

Return to top

See TrueDelta's information for all SUVs

See TrueDelta's information for all Land Rover models.

Sours: https://www.truedelta.com/Land-Rover-LR4/engine-problems-946
2012 Range Rover Sport Coolant Leak Repair

ezzzzzzz said:

Wife got the low coolant warning yesterday. The bottle is low. There is no sign of leakage anywhere including the crossover pipe under the intake manifold. Any suggestions?

Click to expand...

If your not adding coolant on a regular basis, then it might just be air leaving the system over time. If you would call this a constant, unexplained loss of coolant. Then yes I have some suggestions. And if you find what I'm going to tell you about, I suggest you go to Walmart and buy a 4sale sign.

The cylinder block on the right side has a cavity that is just space. It's behind the rear cylinder on the right bank. I have had more than one 5.0 that was leaking coolant into that chamber to noplace. The area is enough to hold a small amount of coolant and everything else is pushed out a hole that accepts a fur tree style fastener holding a wire harness to that side. So just like all those cylinder head outlet pipe leaks that get missed. This leak is really hard to find. Every time I have ever seen coolant get into that area and weep out the fur tree fastener hole it was because of headbolt threads being pulled out of the block. A couple times they made me fix the blocks. Helicoils in the bolt holes. After about a year one of those trucks came back with threads pulled out of the other head. So if I was going to fix one again I would probably want to pull both heads and fix all the holes. Once a 5.0 gets hot its a boat anchor. A new 5.0 still cost about $28,000.

Talking about the outlet pipes you guys are starting to talk about. The front one that sits under the throttle and behind the water pump is called the cylinder block outlet. The one on the rear of the engine is the cylinder head outlet.

 

Sours: https://discoweb.org/index.php?threads/2013-lr4-5-0-coolant-low-but-no-leaks.98339/

You will also like:

Fix Coolant Leaks: 2010-2016 Land Rover LR4

1. Getting Started - Prepare for the repair

2. Set Up Paper - Position paper and mark wheels

3. Assess Leak - How to determine if the leaking fluid is coolant

4. Open the Hood - How to pop the hood and prop it open

5. Find Reservoir - Locate the coolant reservoir and clean it

6. Check Level - Determine the coolant level

7. Fix Minor Leaks - Easy way to tackle minor coolant leaks

8. Replace Cap - Secure the coolant reservoir cap

9. More Info. - Additional information on minor coolant leaks

Share on   Share on Twitter  Share on Facebook

Follow the steps in this video to see how to fix minor coolant (antifreeze) leaks in your 2011 Land Rover LR4. Leaking coolant is one of the more common types of fluid leaks on LR4s. Engine coolant (which is also called antifreeze or anti-freeze) moves through the inside of your LR4's engine and keeps it from overheating. Coolant can leak from the reservoir or from the hoses, in 2011 LR4s with the 5.0 liter engine, coolant leaks are most likely to occur where the hoses connect to the engine. The video above shows you where the coolant reservoir, hoses and connections on your 2011 LR4 HSE are located and the steps needed to fix minor leaks.

A few things to note about coolant is that it is sweet tasting and highly toxic, so it can end up in the dog's stomach pretty quickly. If you ignore a small coolant leak long enough, you will run out of coolant, which leads to an overheated engine and other serious, but highly avoidable, problems. In many 2011 LR4s, an anti-freeze leak can cause the temp sensor to record high engine temperatures. Always protect yourself with safety glasses and gloves when working with the coolant on your LR4.

  • Advance Auto coupon for
    20% off entire order: KIOSK20
Sours: https://www.carcarekiosk.com/video/2011_Land_Rover_LR4_HSE_5.0L_V8/coolant_antifreeze/fix_leaks


528 529 530 531 532