Range Rover Engine Problems | eHow

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Range Rover Engine Problems | eHow

Alternator Problems Online Range Rover resource Rangerover.net reports that Range Rovers of all makes begin to experience alternator trouble after 100,000 miles. Problems related to improper alternator performance include erroneous ignition light warnings, tachometer failure, and awkward transmission shifting. The worst cases of alternator failure can result in the engine misfiring, cutting out, or stumbling during driving. Luckily for Range Rover owners, alternators can be easily rebuilt or replaced by mechanics. A belt-tensioning bracket can be used to ease tension on the alternator, which will lesson future problems with the engine. Overheating Problems Both Range and Land Rovers have ...

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