Land Rover Discovery Owners & Service Manuals

Land Rover Discovery: Running-in

This vehicle is built using high-precision manufacturing methods, but the moving parts of the engine must still bed-in, relative to each other. This process occurs mainly in the first 3 000 km of operation.

During this running-in period of 3 000 km, observe and follow the instructions below:

  • Do not use full throttle during starts and normal driving.
  • Avoid high engine speeds (rpm) until the engine has reached its full operating temperature.
  • Avoid labouring the engine by operating the engine in too high a gear at low speeds.
  • Gradually increase engine and road speeds.
  • Avoid continuous operation at high engine speed and abrupt stops.
  • Avoid frequent cold starts followed by short-distance driving.
  • Preferably take longer trips.
  • Do not participate in track days, sports driving schools, or any similar events.

OWNER MAINTENANCE

Any significant or sudden drop in fluid levels, or uneven tyre wear, should be reported to a qualified technician without delay.

In addition to the routine maintenance, a number of simple checks must be carried out more frequently.

DAILY CHECKS

  • Operation of the lamps, horn, direction indicators, wipers, washers and warning lamps.
  • Operation of the seat belts and brakes.
  • Look for fluid deposits underneath the vehicle that might indicate a leak.

    Condensation drips from the Air Conditioning (A/C) system are normal.

WEEKLY CHECKS

  • Engine oil level.
  •  Engine coolant level.
  • Brake fluid level.
  • Power steering fluid level.
  • Screen washer fluid level.
  • Tyre pressures and condition.
  • Operate the Air Conditioning (A/C).

Note: The engine oil level should be checked more frequently if the vehicle is driven for prolonged periods at high speeds.

ARDUOUS DRIVING CONDITIONS

When a vehicle is operated in extremely arduous conditions, more frequent attention must be paid to servicing requirements.

Arduous driving conditions include:

  • Driving in dusty and/or sandy conditions.
  • Driving on rough and/or muddy roads.
  • Frequent wading.
  • Frequent driving at high speeds in high ambient temperatures above 50ºC.
  • Frequent driving in severe cold weather below -40ºC.
  • Frequent driving in mountainous conditions.
  • Frequent trailer towing.
  • Driving in areas using road salt or other corrosive materials on the driving surface.

Contact your Retailer/Authorised Repairer for advice.

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