Series123.com

USA flag

Series Land Rover (U.S.A./Canada)
Serving the Land Rover Series I, Series II and Series III communities worldwide.

Canada flag
     

sitemap

Buyer's Guides

July 2017 Homepage (USA)

Visit our AustraliaAus/NZNZ or  UK sections
Series Land Rover: Summary of Cooling System Articles on Series123.com
Searching resources for a particular Series?

Land Rover Series 1
Enter
Series 1 Land Rover



Land Rover Series 3Enter
Series 3 Land Rover


Land Rover QuizSeries quiz
Choose how many multiple choice questions you attempt. Rank your score with other participants.

Series IIA Land Rover radiator

The power output of all the standard Series Land Rover engines, with the exception of the V8, is pretty poor by modern standards. The cooling system plays a major part in affecting the performance until the engine has reached its optimum working temperature. This often takes surprisingly long in cooler weather, due to the over engineering of the system to cope with the vehicle being able to stand stationary for long periods of time and drive various machinery via an optional power take-off attachment. The problem is less noticeable on Series III vehicles as they were fitted with a smaller radiator as standard.

Articles linked to below, discuss a variety of topics, such as:

The January 2009 USA homepage describes the function, operation and maintenance of the cooling system's water pump. The article also outlines how water pump replacement may be carried out.

The August 2009 USA homepage focuses upon fitting an electric cooling fan to a Series Land Rover. Their operation is described and their pros and cons are discussed.

The July 2011 USA homepage forms Part II of a combined article on servicing and maintaining all aspects of a Series Land Rover's cooling system.

The July 2012 USA homepage discusses the role of the fan belt in the cooling system - the problems it can cause and how they can be remedied.

The August 2013 USA homepage forms Part II of a combined article on overheating problems. This homepage is primarily concerned with issues where either steam is being released from the cooling system or there is a definite smell of overheating.

The July 2015 USA homepage describes a hypothetical cooling system problem. The article represents an exercise in diagnostic problem solving. It goes through a series of diagnosis thought processes to arrive at the cause of the problem.


Archived Cooling System Articles From Foreign Series123.com Homepages

These pages should open in a new window. You can return to this page by closing the new window.
The April 2010 UK homepage gives a general description of the cooling system, including its operation and basic maintenance.

The September 2013 UK homepage describes the pitifully inadequate standard Series Land Rover heater. The article discusses the heater's operation and some checks which can be done to enure it is working as efficiently as possible.

The July 2015 UK homepage describes a hypothetical cooling system problem. The article represents an exercise in diagnostic problem solving. It goes through a series of diagnosis thought processes to arrive at the cause of the problem.

The November 2006 Australian homepage gives an outline of the cooling system of a Series Land Rover and lists some of the problems that may be encountered.

The September 2008 Australian homepage describes the removal and servicing of the radiator.

The Oct/Nov Australian homepage describes how to remove and check the thermostat.

The July 2011 Australian homepage forms Part I of a combined article on servicing and maintaining all aspects of a Series Land Rover's cooling system.

The August 2013 Australian homepage forms Part I of a combined article on overheating problems. This homepage gives a check list of issues that could be the cause of the problem.

The July 2015 Australian homepage describes a hypothetical cooling system problem. The article represents an exercise in diagnostic problem solving. It goes through a series of diagnosis thought processes to arrive at the cause of the problem.

The September 2013 Australian homepage deals with losing engine coolant and how to deal with the problem.


Facebook

************************
(To see previous homepages visit the Homepage Archives link)

**************************


Hitch a Series ride
Land Rover Series 3Back to top