Me. 65000 miles. Coolant level low was on in august, dealer “replaced a hose” under warranty. Light just turned on again and now saying I need a water pump, out of warranty. Kind of unexpected to me at this mileage...I feel I should mention the 2020 f-pace loaner I’m driving with only 5000 miles on it had the coolant level low light come on today as well. Can’t wait to discuss that with service in the morning. Makes me wonder if these issues are common...
Sorry, but this is not "Regular Maintenance"... I can't remember the last time I've ever had to have a water pump replaced on a vehicle and have had many over 100K miles, If you are losing coolant, you have issues that need to be searched down with dye and blacklight...I would not consider it bad luck . . . it is just a case of regular maintenance for a vehicle your age and mileage. Get a new water pump and keep on driving !!!!
Very much agree, not regular maintenance. How many KM's do you have on your 2017 340hp? What was the overall cost to have the water pump replaced?I agree, a water pump is not maintenance. I asked them to replace the serpentine belt (that's a maintenance item) while it's off. Seems like it should have been suggested "while we're in there". Oh well - motor on.
Just replaced mine today. 2018 Portfolio V6.Under warranty. Service writer told me that this is not an unusual problem. Since it's so close to end of warranty, I suggest you talk to service adviser and ask if Jag will do something. They can call Jaguar and sometimes they will cover stuff like this for good will. sounds like they know there is a problem. Maybe they will and maybe they wont, but it doesn't hurt to ask. I sold cars for nine years and saw mfgrs cover stuff like this many times. Good luck.
It's sad that a company knows there is an issue. Proven that by upgrading several of the parts failed that were sup par. $3600+ to get it out of the stealer. I knew better. But it's time to sell it.My wife's 17 35t just had the same issue with coolant. It has 40,123 miles. 4 months out of warranty. Waiting for estimate. The service advisor knew everything that was most likely the issue. Still has to run the pressure test. It's completely unacceptable that Jaguar/Land Rover knows there's an issue. They have even upgrade the parts that are failing.