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Where is the drain plug on a 1.8 rover 75?

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Underneath the engine on the sump ( or in USA terms the oil pan)

you can find the sump plug in rover spares department.

on the bottom of the sump, i think it is a 19mm hex bolt, it does not look like a sump plug it looks like a mounting bolt for the engine but if you can get the car high enough and get good light in you will see it o.k.

How do i time rover 75 v6 engine/

Rover 75 Under bonnet fuel pump - WQB100482 - Roughly £180 Rover 75 Under bonnet fuel pump - WQB100482 - Roughly £180

in my opinion yes, i got my 75 rover a while back and it still works perfectly

where is the parking buzzer located in the rover 75 .its somewere in the front but i cant find were as it has stoped working

The height of the 2006 Land-Rover Range-Rover is 6 ft. 3 in. (75 in.).

75% of 24 = 24*75/100 = 1875% of 24 = 24*75/100 = 1875% of 24 = 24*75/100 = 1875% of 24 = 24*75/100 = 18

you have to take to a rover dealer to put out the service light

i have a rover 75, 1.8. it has about 26,000 miles on clock. when does my timing belt need changing

under the rear seat on the drivers side on a v6 75

18 multiplied by 75 is 1,350.

75 [lots] of 18 = 1350

Well if it like my 2004 the oil filter and drain plug should be right up front near the front bumper. First find the oil drain plug. and unscrew that and let the oil drain. Then screw back in the drain plug. Then remove the oil filter and replace that. Fill it back up. By far this car is the easiest for oil changes since everything is located up towards the front. And by doing it yourself you will save about 75 bucks

The LCM of 18 and 75 is 450.

There are extensive guides on the Rover Owners Club forums. Google it!

The starter motor is at the rear of the engine.

18 goes into 75 is 4 so 18 goes into 75 four times

Difficult to work on and lots of garages wouldn't touch mine which is a Rover 75 V6 auto. I got a garage to carry out repair for about

To divide 18 into 75, divide 75 by 18. The answer will not be an even number. The answer is 4.1666666666667. This number should be rounded off to 4.17.

if it has one, which is unlikely because it is pre 2004, when these were introduced for diesels, it will be within 30 cm or so of the driver's right knee, possibly under a flap somewhere.

Rover 75's can be fitted with Subaru alloys. Mabe others too. Would be good to find out.

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