Losing coolant
2000 Land Rover Freelander 1.8mm

have been losing coolant no visible leaks. car not overheating, heater working well have had head test and pressure test done both come fine.comes to normal running temp within a mile any ideas?
Problem added: Feb 8, 2009 (13 years ago)
3 points

Land Rover Freelander 2000
Variant: 1.8mm
Problem Category
Leaks & Noises

Replies and fixes

Maybe the coolant reservoir cap is loose/faulty and letting it escape as vapour at too low pressure
Answered Feb 8, 2009 (13 years ago)
new resevoir cap fitted problem same as before
Answered Feb 8, 2009 (13 years ago)
new cap fitted problem still remains
Answered Feb 8, 2009 (13 years ago)
Check the passenger side footwell to see if it is damp. This is a common problem and would indicate the heater matrix is leaking.
Answered Feb 13, 2009 (13 years ago)

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