You may have heard that replacing a blown Land Rover head gasket is a difficult task, and that you may as well replace the whole engine. This sentiment is only half correct. Replacing your Land Rover head gasket is going to take you some time, but you don't have to invest in a new engine block. Perhaps the biggest problem comes in attempting to diagnose a failed Land Rover head gasket. There are several signs that your Land Rover head gasket is failing. These include white smoke from your tailpipe, oil or transmission fluid leaks beneath your truck or SUV, or frequent "Low Coolant" dashboard warnings and the need to refill your coolant reservoir far more often than usual. These symptoms occur because a blown Land Rover head gasket allows coolant to leak into your oil, and oil to leak into your coolant. White smoke emitting from your tailpipe is steam coming from a coolant lea, while puddles of oil beneath your vehicle indicate the possibility that oil has leaked into your combustion chambers. One possible way to check for a faulty Land Rover head gasket is to remove the radiator cap and start up the engine. If you see bubbles forming in the coolant inside your radiator, this may indicate the coolant is leaking into the oil supply through a cracked head gasket. You may want to purchase or rent a leakdown tester, which will precisely tell you whether your Land Rover head gasket is leaking. When you discover that your Land Rover head gasket is leaking or blown, you should replace it right away. You will find the replacement Land Rover head gasket you need in our vast and easy to search online catalogue.