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Chart based on 31 repair trips. The repair cost chart excludes repairs made under warranty, do-it-yourself repairs, and repair trips that include maintenance.
2010 Land Rover LR4 4dr SUV
375-horsepower 5.0L V8 6-speed shiftable automatic AWD w/low range
Service light came on but dealership was not able to determine cause.
Problem with post cat 02 sensor as well as manifold. Cleaned 02 sensors and replaced. Check engine light still illuminated. Will need to continue troubleshooting.
Error from Manifold Absolute Pressure Sensor; cleaned MAP sensor and air intake resonator and air filters. Problem resolved for 3 days, then check engine light came on again.
Manifold Absolute Pressure sensor fault.
Radiator pump failed, spraying coolant all over engine bay and having too little coolant in system.
Electronic fuel measurement failed; vehicle ran out of fuel on highway.
Coolant draining out of car repeatedly. Rover dealer at first replaced the water pump, claiming it was rusty, and seals failed; coolant still leaking after repair.
Dealer finally steam cleaner entire engine, so the hairline leak could be found and repaired
Replaced secondary turbo, blowing excessive blue smoke. Turbo actually now considered ok as problem was turbo drain pipe which was corrected at a later date.
Replaced secondary turbo pipe under warranty
Fuel pump gasket leaking causing constant smell of fuel on outside of vehicle
Leak somewhere in cooling system
Maf sensor replaced
Cooling system - coolant manifold is cracked and leaked coolants on top of cylinder head. The plastic manifold was replaced and coolants are replaced as well.
Audio and computer have gone out about four times at this point. Software update was performed and has gone out one additional time.
Had TPM sensor error come on frequently. Each time, the error would cause the entire electronic system to restart. Dealer found a loose harness connection behind NAV unit. Problem solved. Three trips to the dealer.
TSB issued for software update? Nothing I noticed, I went to have an accessory fitted and they did the update to save me a trip.
Water pump needed to be replaced.
One afternoon, car wouldn't respond to pressing the engine start button. No warning light, no warning messages, nothing. Battery was full, I can turn on stereo and operate navigation. Waited 5 minutes and it started up fine... strange.
The car randomly shut off while driving twice. Did a diagnostic, no codes present, possibly bc restarted car too many times. They ended up cleaning air induction system (Air filters, MAF sensor, intake and such) and the fuel injection system.
plastic manifold split between airintake and turbo
check engine light came on, took the car to the dealer. tech said that the code was for the gear selector, but he could find nothing wrong with it
light reset...no repair
While the LR4 was having the AC fixed I asked the dealer to do a bulletin repair on a known failure to start issue. It took them 3 attempts to get it done. The first 2 times the truck was dead.
Totally dead. So glad all seems OK now.
Replaced air filter. 300 bucks. Yikes
Engine coolant leak. Faulty pump. Repaired/replaced under warranty