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Freelander / Rover / MG 1.8 Petrol K Series Timing Cam Belt Replacement

Has Your Freelander done 72,000 miles or more?

Has Your Rover / MG done 60,000 miles or more?

Do You Want to make sure it does another 60,000 / 72,000 miles?

We Can Help!

Don’t take the chance of your timing belt snapping – if this happens you are likely to do serious, and possibly irreparable engine damage, which would cost thousands to fix!

Our Freelander / Rover / MG 1.8 K Series Petrol timing belt & water pump replacement is just

£295

Get your timing belt replaced in a timely manner – Land Rover’s recommendation is every 72,000 miles, Rover / MG recommendation is every 60,000 miles or every 6 years, whichever is sooner.

What is included in your Timing Belt & Water Pump Replacement?

The timing belt (cam belt) controls the timing of your engine’s valves.

Your timing belt replacement includes the fitting of a full timing belt kit – the timing belt and tensioner.

Also included is the fitting of a new water pump.

Since we specialise in these engines who better to ensure that your timing belt is timed up perfectly? We have the specialist equipment and knowledge for the job.

Where are you?

We are based in Norfolk, postcode IP26 4RH.

If you don’t have a lift home after dropping your car with us, and are looking to use public transport, we can drop you / pick you up at the railway station – our closest is Brandon, however if you are coming through London there is a direct train line from Downham Market which is not too far either. If Thetford is more convenient for you this is also possible.

We are rather in the middle of nowhere, but if you do need to wait for your car there are some pleasant walks in the area.

How long will it take?

To replace your timing belt generally takes less than three hours.

How can I pay for my timing belt replacement?

The painful bit I know! But we like to give you as much choice as possible, so we accept:

  • Cash on collection (always nice!)
  • All Major Credit Cards (including AMEX) – over the phone or on collection
  • Direct Bank Transfer
  • Paypal
  • Cheques – provided they clear before delivery or collection

What if something goes wrong?

We don’t like things going wrong, and you certainly wouldn’t! Quality is important to us, but in the event that something does go wrong you have our

12 month, unlimited mileage warranty.

Our warranty covers you for parts and labour in the event of any failure of a component due to unforseen circumstances. Just bring your car back to us and we will sort it out.

Give us a call on

0780 9575 421

to discuss your needs.

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Freelander / Rover / MG 2.5 & 2.0 Petrol K V6 Timing Cam Belt Replacement

Has Your Freelander done 72,000 miles or more?

Has Your Rover / MG done 60,000 miles or more?

Do You Want to make sure it does another 60,000 / 72,000 miles?

We Can Help!

Don’t take the chance of your timing belt snapping – if this happens you are likely to do serious, and possibly irreparable engine damage, which would cost thousands to fix!

Our Freelander / Rover / MG 2.0 & 2.5 K V6 Petrol timing belt & water pump replacement is just

£795 incl. VAT

Get your timing belt replaced in a timely manner – Land Rover’s recommendation is every 72,000 miles, Rover / MG recommendation is every 60,000 miles or every 6 years, whichever is sooner.

What is included in your Timing Belt & Water Pump Replacement?

The timing belt (cam belt) controls the timing of your engine’s valves.

Your timing belt replacement includes the fitting of a full timing belt kit – all three timing belts, tensioner and idler.

Also included is the fitting of a new water pump.

Since we specialise in these engines who better to ensure that your timing belt is timed up perfectly? We have the specialist equipment and knowledge for the job.

Where are you?

We are based in Norfolk, postcode IP26 4RH.

If you don’t have a lift home after dropping your car with us, and are looking to use public transport, we can drop you / pick you up at the railway station – our closest is Brandon, however if you are coming through London there is a direct train line from Downham Market which is not too far either. If Thetford is more convenient for you this is also possible.

We are rather in the middle of nowhere, but if you do need to wait for your car there are some pleasant walks in the area.

How long will it take?

To replace your timing belt & water pump generally takes less than 5 hours.

How can I pay for my timing belt & water pump replacement?

The painful bit I know! But we like to give you as much choice as possible, so we accept:

  • Cash on collection (always nice!)
  • All Major Credit Cards (including AMEX) – over the phone or on collection
  • Direct Bank Transfer
  • Paypal
  • Cheques – provided they clear before delivery or collection

What if something goes wrong?

We don’t like things going wrong, and you certainly wouldn’t! Quality is important to us, but in the event that something does go wrong you have our

12 month, unlimited mileage warranty.

Our warranty covers you for parts and labour in the event of any failure of a component due to unforseen circumstances. Just bring your car back to us and we will sort it out.

Give us a call on

0780 9575 421

to discuss your needs.

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Freelander / Rover / MG 1.8 K Series Head Gasket Replacement

Is Your Freelander / Rover / MG 1.8 K Series losing water or overheating?

Do you want your beloved Freelander / Rover / MG back on the road and running cool again?

We Can Help!

The Rover K Series 1.8 Petrol engines have been known to be prone to head gasket failure, due to being manufactured with a single layer metal head gasket – many do not even last 70,000 miles.

Our Freelander / Rover / MG 1.8 K Series head gasket replacement starts at just £545.

What are the symptoms of a Head Gasket problem?

Common symptoms of head gasket failure are:

  • Engine overheating
  • Excessive coolant loss
  • Coolant in the oil (this looks like a milky sludge on the dipstick, or oil filler cap)
  • Oil in the coolant (this also looks like a milky sludge, but in the expansion tank)
  • Engine misfire, excessive white smoke from the exhaust, or hard/ non start.

Please contact us on

0780 9575 421

if you are unsure your vehicle is suffering from head gasket failure and we will be happy to advise you.

What is included in your Head Gasket Replacement?

We provide two types of head gasket replacement for your Freelander / Rover / MG, a Standard and a Deluxe.

Our Freelander / Rover / MG 1.8 K Series Standard Head Gasket replacement includes:

  • pressure testing the cylinder head
  • skimming of the cylinder head to ensure it is flat
  • Head gasket replacement using a modified multi layer gasket which is much more robust than other gaskets
  • New retaining stretch bolts
  • Overhaul gasket set including camshaft oil seals, inlet/exhaust manifold gasket etc.
  • Coolant change
  • Engine oil Change
  • New oil filter

Our Freelander / Rover / MG 1.8 K Series Standard Head Gasket replacement is just £545 including VAT.

Our Freelander / Rover / MG 1.8 K Series Deluxe Head Gasket replacement includes:

  • a fully reconditioned head cylinder including pressure testing, skimming, reseating the valves, decoking the cylinder head, draining the lifters, resealing and new valve stem seals
  • Head gasket replacement using a modified multi layer gasket which is much more robust than other gaskets
  • New retaining stretch bolts
  • Overhaul gasket set including camshaft oil seals, inlet/exhaust manifold gasket etc.
  • New water pump
  • New Thermostat
  • New water reservoir bottle and cap (these can be prone to hair line cracks which allow air into the system)
  • Complete flush of the cooling system to get rid of any oil residues
  • Coolant change
  • Complete flush of the engine to get rid of any water residues
  • Engine oil change including a high quality engine additive
  • New oil filter

Our Freelander / Rover / MG 1.8 K Series Deluxe Head Gasket replacement is just £945 including VAT.

Which Head Gasket Replacement should I have?

Which head gasket replacement you go for very much depends on what has happened to your vehicle.

If your Freelander / Rover / MG has not overheated and you are looking to change the head gasket from the original single layer head gasket as a precautionary measure then you will only need the standard head gasket replacement.

If your Freelander / Rover / MG has severely overheated then it is recommended you use the deluxe head gasket replacement as this addresses all the parts of the cooling system that could have caused the problem or could have been affected by the overheating.

PLEASE NOTE: If your engine has excessively overheated, it may have caused further damage which the standard head gasket replacement may not repair.

To discuss your particular situation please call us on

0780 9575 421

and we will be happy to advise you.

What is this about a modified oil rail?

Land Rover brought out a modified oil feed rail for the Rover K Series engine. This has wider channels which allows the oil to flow better and helps with the temperature of the engine.

We can fit the modified oil feed rail for you at the same time as we do the head gasket for an additional £295.

Can you change the cam belt at the same time?

Your cam belt should be changed every 72,000 miles for a Freelander and 90,000 or 6 years for a Rover / MG. If your vehicle is close to this mileage it will be cost effective to have the cam belt changed at the same time as the head gasket is done.

A cam belt change when done with the head gasket is only £95 (normal price £295).

What if my Freelander / Rover / MG is not drivable?

If your Freelander / Rover / MG does not drive and you need to get it to us to fix your head gasket why not try:

  1. Phoning your breakdown recovery service, if you have one. These will sometimes transport your car for free, or at a reduced rate.
  2. Giving us a call on 0780 9575 421 and we will arrange to transport your car to us for a cost of £1.55 per mile (calculated one way only to IP26 4RH). We can collect from anywhere in Europe (ferry crossings will be charged additionally where applicable).

How long will it take?

To replace your head gasket takes about one week, this is due to the machining which is required.

If you need your Freelander / Rover / MG back on the road quicker than this just give us a call on

0780 9575 421

and we will do our best to help.

How can I pay for my head gasket replacement?

The painful bit I know! But we like to give you as much choice as possible, so we accept:

  • Cash on collection (always nice!)
  • All Major Credit Cards (including AMEX) – over the phone or on collection
  • Direct Bank Transfer
  • Paypal
  • Cheques – provided they clear before delivery or collection

What if something goes wrong?

We don’t like things going wrong, and you certainly wouldn’t! Quality is important to us, but in the event that something does go wrong you have our

12 month, unlimited mileage warranty.

Our warranty covers you for parts and labour in the event of any failure of a component due to unforseen circumstances. Just bring your car back to us and we will sort it out.

Give us a call on

0780 9575 421

to discuss your needs.

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Rover 2.0 / 2.5 Petrol K V6 Head Gasket Replacement

Is Your Freelander / Rover / MG V6 losing water or overheated?

Do you want your beloved Freelander / Rover / MG V6 back on the road and running cool again?

We Can Help!

If you are losing water or your engine is overheating, don’t continue to drive your car otherwise you could do extensive damage to the engine.

Our Freelander / Rover / MG 2.5 V6 head gasket replacement starts at just £995.

What are the symptoms of a Head Gasket problem?

Common symptoms of head gasket failure are:

  • Engine overheating
  • Excessive coolant loss
  • Coolant in the oil (this looks like a milky sludge on the dipstick, or oil filler cap)
  • Oil in the coolant (this also looks like a milky sludge, but in the expansion tank)
  • Engine misfire, excessive white smoke from the exhaust, or hard/ non start.

Please contact us on

0780 9575 421

if you are unsure your Freelander / Rover / MG V6 is suffering from head gasket failure and we will be happy to advise you.

What is included in your Head Gasket Replacement?

We provide two types of head gasket replacement, a Standard and a Deluxe.

Our Freelander / Rover / MG V6 Standard Head Gasket replacement includes:

  • Pressure testing the cylinder heads
  • Skimming of the cylinder heads to ensure they are flat
  • Fitting of two new head gaskets
  • New retaining stretch bolts
  • Overhaul gasket set including camshaft oil seals, inlet/exhaust manifold gasket etc.
  • Coolant change
  • Engine oil Change
  • New oil filter

Our Freelander / Rover / MG V6 Standard Head Gasket replacement is just £995 including VAT.

Our Freelander / Rover / MG V6 Deluxe Head Gasket replacement includes:

  • two fully reconditioned head cylinders including pressure testing, skimming, reseating the valves, decoking the cylinder head, draining the lifters, resealing and new valve stem seals
  • Fitting of two new head gaskets
  • New retaining stretch bolts
  • Overhaul gasket set including camshaft oil seals, inlet/exhaust manifold gasket etc.
  • New water pump
  • New Thermostat and associated pipes
  • New water reservoir bottle and cap for the Freelander (these can be prone to hair line cracks which allow air into the system)
  • Complete flush of the cooling system to get rid of any oil residues
  • Coolant change
  • Complete flush of the engine to get rid of any water residues
  • Engine oil change including a high quality engine additive
  • New oil filter

Our Freelander / Rover / MG V6 Deluxe Head Gasket replacement is just £1695 including VAT.

Which Head Gasket Replacement should I have?

Which head gasket replacement you go for very much depends on what has happened to your Freelander / Rover / MG V6.

If your Freelander / Rover / MG has not overheated and you are looking to change the head gasket from the original single layer head gasket as a precautionary measure then you will only need the standard head gasket replacement.

If your Freelander / Rover / MG has severely overheated then it is recommended you use the deluxe head gasket replacement as this addresses all the parts of the cooling system that could have caused the problem or could have been affected by the overheating.

PLEASE NOTE: If your engine has excessively overheated, it may have caused further damage which the standard head gasket replacement may not repair.

To discuss your particular situation please call us on

0780 9575 421

and we will be happy to advise you.

Can you change the cam belt at the same time?

Your cam belt should be changed every 72,000 miles for a Freelander and 90,000 or every 6 years for a Rover / MG. If your vehicle is close to this mileage it will be cost effective to have the cam belt changed at the same time as the head gasket is done.

A cam belt change when done with the head gasket is only £295 (normal price £695) – this includes all three cam belts, tensioner and idler.

What if my Freelander / Rover / MG is not drivable?

If your Freelander / Rover / MG does not drive and you need to get it to us to fix your head gasket why not try:

  1. Phoning your breakdown recovery service, if you have one. These will sometimes transport your car for free, or at a reduced rate.
  2. Giving us a call on 0780 9575 421 and we will arrange to transport your car to us for a cost of £1.55 per mile (calculated one way only to IP26 4RH). We can collect from anywhere in Europe (ferry crossings will be charged additionally where applicable).

Where are you?

We are based in Norfolk, postcode IP26 4RH.

If you don’t have a lift home after dropping your car with us, and are looking to use public transport, we can drop you / pick you up at the railway station – our closest is Brandon, however if you are coming through London there is a direct train line from Downham Market which is not too far either. If Thetford is more convenient for you this is also possible.

How long will it take?

To replace your head gaskets takes about one week, this is due to the machining which is required.

If you need your Freelander back on the road quicker than this just give us a call on

0780 9575 421

and we will do our best to help.

How can I pay for my head gasket replacement?

The painful bit I know! But we like to give you as much choice as possible, so we accept:

  • Cash on collection (always nice!)
  • All Major Credit Cards (including AMEX) – over the phone or on collection
  • Direct Bank Transfer
  • Paypal
  • Cheques – provided they clear before delivery or collection

What if something goes wrong?

We don’t like things going wrong, and you certainly wouldn’t! Quality is important to us, but in the event that something does go wrong you have our

12 month, unlimited mileage warranty

Our warranty covers you for parts and labour in the event of any failure of a component due to unforeseen circumstances. Just bring your car back to us and we will sort it out.

Give us a call on

0780 9575 421

to discuss your needs.

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The Top 9 Causes of a K-Series Rover / MG / Freelander Losing Water?

On of the most important things to do with a Rover / MG / Freelander K-Series engine is to check the water regularly – a problem caught early could save you a lot of money! So you have been regularly checking your water level and all has been going well, until one day you check it and it has used more than normal. What could it be?

If all other driving conditions are as normal – that is you have not been working it harder than usual so it may have naturally used more water – then there are a few places where the water could be escaping from:

  1. It could be your head gasket. If this is the case you may see a leak around the cylinder head, however the water may be escaping into the oil – this would show up as a mayonnaise coloured residue within the oil, often seen on the oil tank filler cap.
  2. It may be that your water pump leaking through a worn seal or bearing. In this situation you would tend to find that it drips after the car has been driven. On a Rover / MG / Freelander K-Series engine the drip would be seen on the drivers side at the front of the engine; on the Rover / MG / Freelander K V6 engine the drip would be seen on the drivers side at the back of the engine.
  3. Your thermostat housing may be cracked or have worn seals. If water is escaping from the thermostat housing you would expect to see the water drip from the back of the engine underneath the inlet manifold for a Rover / MG / Freelander K-Series engine. With the Rover / MG / Freelander K V6 engine the thermostat housing is in the centre of the V so the water would drip into the V and then may drip out at the rear of the engine. With the K V6 engine it can be difficult to tell from where the drip is whether it is the thermostat housing or the water pump.
  4. The leak could be from the radiator, hence it would be dripping from, well, the radiator!
  5. The cooling system pipes could be weakened, causing them to split, or the clips holding the pipes have loosened and are no longer strong enough to hold the pressure of the water as it expands. In either of these situations it is a case of checking for drips from any of the cooling system pipes in the engine bay.
  6. There may be a leak in your heater matrix. Generally if your heater matrix is leaking you will find the foot well inside the car becomes damp.
  7. The leak may be coming from your inlet manifold gasket. Check for water dripping from around the inlet manifold.
  8. In a Freelander water could be leaking into the IRD if the cooling plate has been damaged. Check the breather hose for the IRD unit – if this is the case then you will not see a drip of water as the leak is internal to the IRD unit.
  9. Perhaps the worst cause of a water leak is a crack in one of the cylinder liners. In this situation water would be leaking into the engine itself. Often only small quantities of water are escaping into the engine which may mean that traces of water in the oil are not obvious.

For effective cooling the Rover / MG / Freelander K-series engine requires the red coolant to be used, and when it comes to determining where a leak is this can often be very beneficial as if the leak is dripping externally it will leave pink stains around the area of the drip.

But don’t panic, we can help!

Give us a call on

0780 9575 421

to discuss your problem

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What Can Cause a Loss of Compression On My Rover / MG / Freelander K-Series Engine?

When your Rover / MG / Freelander K-series engine is no longer idling sweetly, has a loss of power or just won’t start, there is a possibility you are losing compression. But what causes this?

The compression in your K-series engine is what makes it go. You need a tight seal within the cylinder walls, pistons and rings, valves and seals in order to harness the energy and redirect it into the right places to have your Rover / MG / Freelander running smoothly. So a loss of compression on your vehicles means there is a leak within this system, namely:

  1. Cylinder liners – one or more of these may have a crack. If this is the case then you may see vapour being burned off from the oil as water may leak through into the engine oil.
  2. Piston rings – these may be worn. If your Rover / MG / Freelander has smoke coming from the exhaust, it could very well be a problem with your piston rings.
  3. Valves or valve seats – these may not be sitting properly due to carbon accumulation or may be worn or damaged. This issue tends to cause problems in starting and idling your Rover / MG / Freelander.
  4. Head gasket – this may have failed. If the head gasket fails between two adjacent cylinders then you Rover / MG / Freelander will lose compression.

A compression test on your engine can identify which cylinders have lost compression. But whichever cylinder it is I’m afraid a loss of compression on your Rover / MG / Freelander means that engine work is required.

But don’t panic, we can help!

Give us a call on

0780 9575 421

to discuss your problem

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Should I Avoid Buying A Rover / MG / Freelander With a K Series Engine?

In my opinion the short answer to the question of whether you should avoid buying a Rover / MG / Freelander with a K-series engine is No (mind you I would say that wouldn’t I!!).

I agree, the K-series engines are prone to head gasket failure, but then most cars have their own issues. If you take the time to understand and care for your vehicle then you can avoid the unexpected and very high bills that come with any car when it breaks down.

These are great engines if treated well; in fact when they were first introduced they were revolutionary. Not only that, but they have been winning races in the British Touring Car Championships for over 20 years – so they are still at the forefront of technology.

The K-series engine is powerful and lightweight, and is (contrary to what some might think) a very durable engine, the bottom end is practically indestructible.

So what do you need to understand about the Rover / MG / Freelander K-series engine to ensure you don’t have problems?

The first thing is that these vehicles were fitted with a single layer head gasket – don’t expect to get more than 70,000 miles out of it (and it’s often much less). The problem of these gaskets has been rectified by the introduction, first of a multi layer steel (MLS) head gasket, then by a modified multi layer steel (modified / upgraded MLS) head gasket. If you are buying a K-series Rover / MG / Freelander make sure it has had the head gasket replaced with the modified multi layer steel (modified / uprated MLS) head gasket, and if not replace it before you have a problem and not after!

If you are going to work your Rover / MG / Freelander hard then a stronger oil rail was introduced which allows the oil to flow better around the system; so it would be worth fitting one of these at the same time as you change the head gasket.

But you don’t have to pay out big money to protect your new prized possession. Just like all of us, what it needs more than anything is a bit of love and attention. With the K-series engine you should not ignore it from one years service to the next. Flick up that bonnet every week or two and check the oil and water. You’ll soon get to know how your best buddy works (which of your other buddies would take you wherever you want to go, whenever you want to go?). This way you will quickly realise if your Rover / MG / Freelander is drinking too much – time for a quick detox at the garage before it gets out of hand.

A problem caught early can save you thousands! The K-series engine is a great engine, powerful and strong, it just needs that love, attention and a bit of understanding – go on, give it some love, and that’s easy because these are such beautiful vehicles!


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Rover K V6 2.5 / 2.0 Fully Reconditioned Cylinder Head

Looking for a Rover 2.5 V6 Cylinder Head?

This is a fully reconditioned Rover KV6 cylinder head suitable for:

  • Land Rover Freelander 2.5 V6
  • Rover 75 2.0 or 2.5 V6
  • Rover 452.0 or 2.5 V6
  • Rover 800 2.0 or 2.5 V6
  • MG ZS 2.0 or 2.5 V6
  • MG ZT 2.0 or 2.5 V6

All of this for just £395 including VAT

What is a Fully Reconditioned Cylinder Head?

A fully reconditioned cylinder head is one which has been:

  • Stripped out
  • Cleaned and decoked
  • Pressure tested
  • Skimmed
  • Valve seats recut
  • Valves refaced
  • Lifters rebuilt and drained or reshimmed

The cam shafts are not included with the cylinder head.

Can you ship Worldwide?

Yes, we will ship anywhere in the world (providing we can find a courier who will do it!)

The shipping price for the UK mainland is £12.

For other countries please give us a call on

+44-780-9575-421

or email

sue@roverkseries.com

for a shipping quotation.

What if I’m looking to replace both my cylinder heads?

If you need to replace both your cylinder heads, no problem. We can supply you with a pair of cylinder heads for just

£755 for the pair

and the UK shipping will be just £15

How can I pay for my fully reconditioned cylinder head?

The painful bit I know! But we like to give you as much choice as possible, so we accept:

  • Cash (If you are collecting it)
  • All Major Credit Cards (including AMEX) – over the phone or on collection
  • Direct Bank Transfer
  • Paypal
  • Cheques – provided they clear before delivery or collection

Give us a call on
0780 9575 421
to discuss your needs.

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Rover K V6 series Reconditioned Engine 2.0 / 2.5 litre Petrol – Rover 45, 75, 800

Problems with Your Rover K V6 Engine?

Do You Want Your Beloved Rover Running Perfectly Again?

We Can Help!

Why buy a second hand engine which you know little about when you can have your current engine reconditioned with new parts to assure you of many thousands more miles of trouble free motoring?

What is a Reconditioned Engine?

Our engine reconditioning includes:

  • Two fully reconditioned cylinder heads, that have been pressure tested, refaced, decoked, the valves reseated. the hydraulic lifters drained and resealed.
  • New head gasket sets with retaining bolts.
  • New piston rings
  • New gaskets & seals throughout.
  • Crank shaft ground or polished
  • New cylinder liners
  • New crank shaft bearings, both main & big end.
  • New cam belt kit
  • New water pump, not provided with most engine rebuilds
  • New thermostat, not provided with most engine rebuilds
  • New oil filter
  • New spark plugs

Giving you a fantastic, as new engine. No need to worry about whether a replacement engine has problems too, this way you KNOW that all the important parts are BRAND NEW.

Please note, we now always replace the cylinder liners on this engine with new ones as these so often cause a problem.

Can you ship Worldwide?

Yes, we will ship anywhere in the world (providing we can find a courier who will do it!)

Give us a call on

+44-780-9575-421

or email

sue@freelanderspecialist.com

for a shipping quotation.

How much does it cost?

To recondition your Rover 2.0 / 2.5 V6 engine the price is only £2,095 including VAT. A VAT invoice will be provided

If the engine is to be shipped outside the EU then UK VAT is not applicable and the price for the engine will be £1,746.

If you are a VAT registered business outside of the UK but within the EU then the engine will be £1,746 provided you supply and we can verify your VAT registration number.

Do I need to return my old engine?

Please note that this is a rebuild of your engine, or an engine supplied on an exchange basis (subject to availability of an equivalent engine).

There is a surcharge of £250 if you are not returning your old engine, or if your old engine is not suitable as an exchange unit.
Engines are suitable as exchange units provided they do not have any cracks or holes in the block.

How do I get my engine fitted?

Need your newly reconditioned engine fitted? For the complete hassle free service, bring your Rover to us – we can help with this if required – and we will remove your engine, recondition it and refit it all for you – the next time you see your Rover it will be on the road and raring to go!

Take away all the hassle of getting your Rover back on the road for just £695 which includes:

  • Removal of your existing engine
  • Fitting of your reconditioned engine
  • Coolant flush – so your whole system is as clean as your new engine!
  • Coolant
  • Engine oil
  • High grade engine additive to give superior lubrication to your new engine

If your Rover does not drive and you need to get it to us to fit your newly reconditioned engine why not try:

  1. Phoning your breakdown recovery service, if you have one. These will sometimes transport your car for free, or at a reduced rate.
  2. Giving us a call on 0780 9575 421 and we will arrange to transport your Rover to us for a cost of £1.55 per mile (calculated one way only to IP26 4RH). We can collect from anywhere in Europe (ferry crossings will be charged additionally where applicable).

How long will it take?

We know how desperate you are to get your beloved Rover back on the road. That’s why, whether you are looking for just the engine, or the whole package with it all fitted and you being mobile again, we aim to have the job completed within one week – oh, can you hear that open road calling!

How can I pay for my reconditioned engine?

The painful bit I know! But we like to give you as much choice as possible, so we accept:

  • Cash on collection (always nice!)
  • All Major Credit Cards (including AMEX) – over the phone or on collection
  • Direct Bank Transfer
  • Paypal
  • Cheques – provided they clear before delivery or collection

What if something goes wrong?

We don’t like things going wrong, and you certainly wouldn’t! Quality is important to us, but in the event that something does go wrong you have our

12 month, unlimited mileage warranty.

Our warranty covers you for all parts and labour in the event of any failure of a component due to unforeseen circumstances. Just bring your Rover back to us and we will sort it out.

We rebuild all Rover engines – petrol and diesel.

Give us a call on

0780 9575 421

to discuss your needs.

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Rover K series Reconditioned Engine 1.8 litre Petrol -  Rover 25, 45, 75, 200, 400

Problems with Your Rover K Series Engine?

Do You Want Your Beloved Rover MG Running Perfectly Again?

We Can Help!

Why buy a second hand Rover K series engine which you know little about when you can have your current engine reconditioned with new parts to assure you of many thousands more miles of trouble free motoring?

What is a Reconditioned Engine?

Our Rover Centre carries out a Rover K Series engine rebuild which includes:

  • A fully reconditioned cylinder head, that has been pressure tested, refaced, decoked, the valves reseated. the hydraulic lifters drained and resealed.
  • New uprated Multi Layer Steel (MLS) head gasket set with retaining bolts
  • New cylinder liners, pistons & gudgeon pins
  • New piston rings
  • New gaskets & seals throughout.
  • Crank shaft ground or polished
  • New crank shaft bearings, both main & big end.
  • New cam belt kit
  • New water pump, not provided with most engine rebuilds and important to change if you have had overheating problems.
  • New thermostat, not provided with most engine rebuilds and important to change if you have had overheating problems.
  • New oil filter
  • New spark plugs

Giving you a fantastic, as new Rover K Series engine. No need to worry about whether a replacement engine has problems too, this way you KNOW that all the important parts are BRAND NEW.

Please note: We now always replace the cylinder liners on this engine with new ones as these so often cause a problem.

Can you ship Worldwide?

Yes, we will ship your Rover K Series engine anywhere in the world (providing we can find a courier who will do it!)

Give us a call on

+44-780-9575-421

or email sue@roverkseries.com

for a shipping quotation.

To recondition your Rover K Series engine the price is

only £1,495 including VAT

A VAT invoice will be provided

Do I need to return my old engine?

Please note that this is a rebuild of your engine, or an engine supplied on an exchange basis (subject to availability of an equivalent engine).

There is a surcharge of £250 if you are not returning your old Rover K Series engine, or if your old engine is not suitable as an exchange unit.

Engines are suitable as exchange units provided they do not have any cracks or holes in the block.

How do I get my engine fitted?

Need your newly reconditioned Rover K Series engine fitted? For the complete hassle free service, bring your car to us – we can help with this if required – and we will remove your engine, recondition it and refit it all for you – the next time you see your car it will be on the road and raring to go!

Take away all the hassle of getting your car back on the road for just £345 for non-turbo models and £445 for turbo models, which includes:

  • Removal of your existing Rover K Series engine
  • Fitting of your reconditioned Rover K Series engine
  • Coolant flush – so your whole system is as clean as your new engine!
  • Coolant
  • Engine oil
  • High grade engine additive to give superior lubrication to your new engine

If your car does not drive and you need to get it to us to fit your newly reconditioned engine why not try:

  1. Phoning your breakdown recovery service, if you have one. These will sometimes transport your car for free, or at a reduced rate.
  2. Giving us a call on 0780 9575 421 and we will arrange to transport your car to us for a cost of £1.55 per mile (calculated one way only to IP26 4RH). We can collect from anywhere in Europe (ferry crossings will be charged additionally where applicable).

I’m Worried about overheating?

If you are still worried about your Rover K Series engine being prone to overheating why not let us fit the new modified oil rail. The modified oil rail improves oil flow and rigidity, which is particularly beneficial for heavy load vehicles. At the time of reconditioning we can fit a modified oil rail for only £70.

How long will it take?

We know how desperate you are to get your beloved vehicle back on the road. That’s why, whether you are looking for just the engine, or the whole package with it all fitted and you being mobile again, we aim to have the job completed within 7 to 10 days – oh, can you hear that open road calling!

How can I pay for my reconditioned engine?

The painful bit I know! But we like to give you as much choice as possible, so we accept:

  • Cash on collection (always nice!)
  • All Major Credit Cards (including AMEX) – over the phone or on collection
  • Direct Bank Transfer
  • Paypal
  • Cheques – provided they clear before delivery or collection

What if something goes wrong?

We don’t like things going wrong, and you certainly wouldn’t! Quality is important to us, but in the event that something does go wrong you have our

12 month, unlimited mileage warranty.

Our warranty covers you for all parts and labour in the event of any failure of a component due to unforseen circumstances. Just bring your car back to us and we will sort it out.

Give us a call on

0780 9575 421

to discuss your needs.

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