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My range rover , overheated about 2 weeks ago. The coolant tank was overflowing and leaking the coolant. NO white smoke. I took it to the mechanic a week ago and changed the thermostat and thei car didnt over heated after that. Yesterday I started to feel a little shaking when idling at light. I checked the engine yesterday and saw that the coolant tank was full again but this time it did not leaked it just stayed full.(no overheating). Today I woke up and the engine light is one. I check with autozone for engine light test. All codes came to 5 misfired cylinders. I changed the spark plugs 10k miles ago. just the spark plugs.

I dont know what to do from here. I changed the head gasket twice in the last 4 years. Any suggestions. I dont know too much about cars and I have paid others over $10k in repairs I still owe. Not sure if I should buy a used engine or this might be a minor repair. any help?
 

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OK, lemme get this straight. you have replaced the head gaskets twice in the recent past and still have an overheating problem. When the head gaskets were replaced, were they replaced with composite or steel? If composite, new head bolts? Were heads resurfaced? condition of radiator/fan clutch?

Replacing the thermostat was wasted time and money IMO

I am seriously concerned over the repeated head gasket work and now overheating.
 
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