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Service info help
richminust
 

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Service info help

Hi all.

I need a bit of info regarding servicing intervals and what’s needed. I’ve checked my owners manual and service book but I can’t seem to find the detail.

I have a 13 plate 2.2 Diesel with 60,000 miles on the clock. The last service at land rover was the ‘80000 miles 60 month service’ in 2018. I bought the car in 2019 with 49,000 miles on it at which point it also had a service (not Land Rover). There’s no service indicator showing but I feel like it should be having one soon.

I’m struggling to find any info on what needs to be done or should have been done for a car of this age and what has already been done. I’ve heard people mention timing belts, haldex etc.

If you can please point me in the right direction it would be appreciated.
(This post was last modified: 03-02-2021 04:07pm by richminust.)
03-02-2021 03:22pm
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XFullFatTim
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RE: Service info help

If it has had any servicing at an LR dealership then the service records are held on line at https://osh.landrover.com - you will need the car’s VIN
I haven’t owned an Evoque since 2015 but then it was something line a service every 12 months or 18000 miles whichever came first.
The JLR Topix website will give full details of what should be done at various routine services
JLR Topix website is here https://topix.landrover.jlrext.com

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03-02-2021 07:45pm
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richminust
 

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RE: Service info help

Thank you. I found the service schedule under the OSH link. I couldn't get in to Topix though "This service is not available in your market"!

So Renew Camshalf Belt and Tensioner at the 84 month service and Haldex (transmission fluid and filter) every 10 years.
04-02-2021 08:25pm
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XFullFatTim
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RE: Service info help

Try Googling JLR Topix for a .co.uk address

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04-02-2021 11:50pm
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RE: Service info help

My evo gets a service every year, having cambelt and pulleys done at 80000 service. As Landrover don’t recommend haldex service I’m going to risk leaving it.

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05-02-2021 04:23pm
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