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Freelander Problems – Freelander 2.0 L Series Diesel & 2.0 TD4 Diesel Head Gasket Replacement

Is Your Diesel Freelander losing water or overheating? Do you want your beloved Freelander back on the road and running cool again? We Can Help! If you are losing water or your engine is overheating, don’t continue to drive your car otherwise you could do extensive damage to the engine.

Freelander Problems – Freelander 2.5 Petrol K V6 Head Gasket Replacement

Is Your Freelander V6 losing water or overheated? Do you want your beloved Freelander V6 back on the road and running cool again? We Can Help! If you are losing water or your engine is overheating, don’t continue to drive your car otherwise you could do extensive damage to the

Freelander Problems – Freelander 1.8 K Series Head Gasket Replacement

Is Your Freelander 1.8 K Series losing water or overheating? Do you want your beloved Freelander back on the road and running cool again? We Can Help! The Rover K Series 1.8 Petrol engines have been known to be prone to head gasket failure, due to being manufactured with a

Freelander Service – from just £155.86

The recommended Land Rover Freelander service schedule is after 3,000 miles (5,000 km) or 3 months for the first service, then a main service every 12,000 miles (20,000 km) or every 12 months whichever comes soonest,  for the Freelander 1. The Freelander 2 service schedule is every 15,000 miles (30,000

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