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Well crap!

Discussion in 'LR4' started by Robin Parsons, May 21, 2020.

  1. mbw

    mbw Full Access Member

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    @pabs406 I don't think you had it changed. You just had water pump and oil cooler side of it changed. from my notes, the part number and descriptions are as follows:

    LR018275 TUBE WATER OUTLET TO CYLINDER BLOCK (includes oring) aka ENGINE COOLANT CROSSOVER PIPE. ENGINE COOLANT OUTLET FLANGE. WATER MANIFOLD. WATER OUTLET.
     
  2. Fuji4

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    Neither front or rear changed. you need these. and some gaskets. Screen Shot 2020-05-27 at 5.25.10 PM.png Screen Shot 2020-05-27 at 5.26.42 PM.png Screen Shot 2020-05-27 at 5.27.12 PM.png Screen Shot 2020-05-27 at 5.29.55 PM.png
     
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    This is just heartbreaking. And yes, would have to agree with AVSLASH. Would move to a Landcruiser or Jeep or 4Runner before buying a Discovery model. All of the LR’s look the same now....just soccer mom cars. I want my rig to be a 4x4, act like a 4x4 and LOOK like a 4x4. If I wanted a car....I would have pur’d one.
    Love my 2011 LR4, but close to 150,000 miles now. Looking for a 2016 in white with the HD package if anyone see one around. Good luck! I’m gonna’ go out and check my oil. Now!
     
  4. Michael Gain

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    Doesn't look like it. Looks like they replaced only the pump, oil cooler pipe, and oil cooler pipe gasket.
     
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    Damn, late post.
     
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    Alright, I got these. What gaskets do I need?

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    That's a bummer. A good LR mechanic would suggest replacing those with the water pump, because he knew they were risk items.
     
  8. Troy Angrignon

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    Fact ^.


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  9. Michael Gain

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    None for the pipes. The rubber o-rings on the pipes seal them. I forget what year your truck is though. If supercharged, the supercharger or the snout, and the water pump need to come off to get the "y" pipe off. Not sure if it's easier on the 5.0. With the water pump you'll need the water pump gaskets (2 of them total), the oil cooler tube and it's seal.

     
  10. Robin Parsons

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    How many here have had problems resulting in repair expense from these? Please email me at [email protected]
     

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