Land Rover ForumsLandrover Forum

Forum LZ Shop Gallery For Sale LZ - Live
Go Back   Land Rover Zone > Land Rover Talk > Common Faults and Questions
Register Search Today's Posts Mark Forums Read

Common Faults and Questions Have a look here to see if you can solve questions that you might have.

Welcome to Land Rover Zone!

You are currently viewing our site as a guest which gives you limited access to view most discussions and access our other features. By joining our free community you will have access to post topics, photos and use our for sale section. Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join our community today!



Reply
 
Thread Tools
  #1  
Old 21st-April-2010, 23:22
The Mad Hat Man's Avatar
Senior Member
 
Join Date: Sep 2005
Location: Embasinga stocæ
Posts: 67,867
Send a message via MSN to The Mad Hat Man
Default Freelander INLET MANIFOLD GASKET -COOLANT LEAK

Bulletin Number - 0002

Issue - 1

Date - 20.01.1999

Model - Freelander

Affected Range - All vehicles with K16 engines up to approximate VIN XA 658828

Re-Issue Information

Problem -

INLET MANIFOLD GASKET -COOLANT LEAK

Coolant level, difficult to maintain.
Visual coolant leak from inlet manifold gasket.
Engine may eventually overheat.
Coolant in No. 1 cylinder / misfire
Cause

Relaxation of inlet manifold fixings resulting in external or internal coolant loss.
Distorted / damaged inlet manifold gasket due to overheating.


Action

With reference to Workshop Manual repair number 30.15.08, apply the following modification.

1. Remove old type (black) inlet manifold gasket.

2. Remove the 3 upper manifold studs.

3. Fit 7 new type ‘patchlock’ studs, part number TE108065ML to all inlet manifold threaded holes.

NOTE: Patchlock stud end must be fitted to cylinder head.

4. Refit manifold with modified (green) gasket, part number LKJ101110L and modified fixing torque nuts FX108047L.



5. Tighten all manifold nuts to 17 Nm in the sequence shown in illustration.



6. Ensure cooling system is correctly bled to ensure no air pockets exist. Refer to Workshop Manual repair number 26.10.01.

7. Pressure test cooling system to confirm no leaks exist. If any pressure loss is detected, carry out further investigation to establish cause.

Parts Information

LKJ101110L - Inlet manifold gasket

TE108065ML - Patchlock studs (7 off required)

FX108047L - Torque nuts (7 off required)

Warranty

Use Complaint Code: 2U1N

Use S.R.O.: 30.15.89/28

Time allowance: 1.80 Hrs
Reply With Quote
LZ
  #2  
Old 11th-May-2014, 11:45
Senior Member
 
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Colyton NSW Australia
Posts: 147
Default Re: Freelander INLET MANIFOLD GASKET -COOLANT LEAK

If coolant continues to seep from this area even after you complete the work as listed above, then possibility it could be your head gasket weeping coolant. If you renew your head gasket, do it right. Take the head for machining, do the oil rail to the stronger version + Hylomar sealant on new head gasket. Here's a link to my project, my 1.8 Freelander runs quieter than ever before and no more coolant loss or leaks. 1.8K Freelander Head Gasket Renewal and Overheating Fix - YouTube
Reply With Quote
LZ
Reply

Thread Tools



All times are GMT +1. The time now is 16:45.

Content Relevant URLs by vBSEO 3.2.0
Page generated in 0.06267 seconds with 8 queries