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We finally get the Range Rover running and driving after its head gasket sealer treatment; but it still gives us a little trouble! Here’s how much I’ve spent on it, how much it will cost to make the auction Land Rover a little better, and I will be giving it away to one of you!
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22 thoughts on “I Fixed a DEAD $1,400 Auction Range Rover for $100 in Parts! It Runs AMAZING!”
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Did you ever consider it could have been an intake leak….
Once you got that chocolate milk out of the engine it was good.
Like having a terminal illness and cutting their toenails and saying all better.
Backing off a trailer with door open is major stupidity
Used headgasket sealer before on a vehicle that wasn't worth the extra cost to repair. Fixed the problem, no more overheating, no more coolant loss (the coolant fog from the exhaust filled the street!). I'd use it again on a beater, you'd be crazy to plow a shitload more money into a car that's worth nothing and you'll just use as a beat about, if a bottle of rad seal will fix it, why not?
The only thing I'd do different next time I use it is to remove the thermostat (not really possible for you obviously) and bypass the heater matrix (as they can block up with this stuff – mine did, had to back flush and stick a cleaner in it). Once the seal has set, I'd connect it all back up. Not had the radiator block up, but it's always possible, bit difficult to bypass that though.
I wish I would have won the car . I would have taken it to the local public auction. Fuk um?
It like wtf dig I used to love you video n channel but no move just open head n do job
Wow I'd like to win it I'm in Belize central America
You have to have a dealers license to buy at auctions
That high mileage kills the value.
In one of the videos you showed 7 containers of engine oil, at $20 per container that is $140 on oil alone. So how come you say you spent $100 in parts?
Not sure why you didn't just change the head gaskets.
Probably would have tried cutting the plunger on the thermostat free with a Dremel before drilling holes in it…
I want one!
Highly informative and well-presented. Great job!
Thermostat 30 to 40 bucks on ebay.
I thoroughly enjoyed this series nice one
You must of realized well used Range Rover parts aren’t that easy to sell.
Why don’t you fix the engine in a serious way. Head gasket sealer is not that.
It would be nice if you talked in a normal tone for while. I don't really like to be shouted at that much.
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