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Just hit 100k - what preventative maintenance now?

Discussion in 'LR4' started by LR4inAZ, Nov 16, 2020.

  1. DaytonaRS7

    DaytonaRS7 Full Access Member

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    i am big fan of the coolant vaccum fill tool, but keep in mind that the coolant sytstem is run under pressure. the vaccum tool could pull the seams of those pipes tighter and hide possible leaks. under pressure any cracks will expand.

    you seem to DIY alot of maintenance....you may as well just replace the pipes. for 3 hrs and $100, you could save yourself needing an engine.
     
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    Your LR4 is living its best (perfect) life. Props.
     
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    Even with the ultra-gauge the window of error is so tight - if it ever bursts when you're in the HOV lane doing 75mph with 5 lanes of traffic to your right and no exits available and your Ultra-gauge says "engine temp!" you're about 60 seconds away from a complete engine fail. I consider cross-overs to be 50,000 mile consumables personally. :)


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  4. LR4inAZ

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    What is the best reference to change differentials, transmission etc
     
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    My crossover is being replaced as I write this at 67,000 miles. These Swiss Army knives of vehicles are certainly not for the faint of heart. I’m going to give this one more try and if it doesn’t run for two months in a row without incident it goes up for sale. Love it do death but it’s apparently too high maintenance for me.
     
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    They are no Toyota Corolla but they are not too bad once sorted. Still $$ to keep in good shape though. Oh and they guzzle premium at an astonishing rate lol.
     
  8. LR4inAZ

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    have an issue with the air suspension - where the front end kneels overnight - Ithink it may be the controller on passenger side - mounted on front bumper...

    So I changed the EAS air valve hoping that would solve front end kneeling... it did not fix it.... any advice?

    pm me if you want my old one for shipping costs

    Genuine EAS Air Suspension Valve Block RVH000095, Front Axle, For Land ...
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    Qty: 1 - $179.95
     
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    There's a center valve block right next to the compressor. Could be that if the front valve block isn't the culprit.
     

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