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"Just a note to let you know that the Engine Saver® which I recently installed on my 95 Discovery, did the job
for me this past week
In addition to installing the Engine Saver®, I had also replaced all of the radiator/heater hoses and replaced the
original black plastic coolant tank as these have a reputation for splitting after some time.
I thought I had covered most bases.
Anyway, after picking up my son from school last week, I went to re-start my car and the Alarm/Led remained
on after starting the car.
I immediately stopped the engine and looked under the bonnet and observed a large pool of coolant under the
My water pump seal had failed in a big way,
The vehicle is sporting a brand new water pump now, and I am really glad I bought your alarm."
All the best
I just got a message from Rags67 , He is at the outback
Well all ill say is it took me the best part
of 4 weeks to talk him into fitting
a Engine Saver to his Tdi Defender ,Which he did fit one
Well he left last week for the outback challenge ,Ive had a
few messages telling me he was having a great time, Well today
i get a message saying that his engine saver had saved his
engine after blowing a radiator hose , Yep the best investment
he has ever made he now tells me
The Proof is there anyone that dosen,t
have one for the sake of a few $$$ you could save thousands
I have fitted to my Landcruiser Troopcarrier
the Low Water Alarm, The vehicle is used as an oversize load
Pilot/Escort vehicle , The fitting of this alarm has saved the
engine on two occasions, thus saving me thousands of dollars and
lost time not only to me but on one occasion the truck I was
escorting across the Nullabor , without the alarm the water loss
would have been in a more remote area and caused delay to the
operation, well worth the money invested,
purchased a low coolant alarm for my 12 year-old Mazda Bongo,
and consider it an important device for older
vehicles: especially for vans like the Bongo, which has
some hoses that are prone to leak, and an aluminium cylinder
head which is liable to crack if the engine is overheated. The
Engine SaverŪ alarm is easy to fit, and the warning light can be
neatly installed in a blank dashboard switch. My order was
processed very punctually and
efficiently,and the Engine SaverŪ alarm is a well-made piece of
kit that gives great peace of mind.
I highly recommend it".
Bought and fitted the Mk 3 (Twin lighter socket) for the
Bongo. Very comprehensive kit and instructions, easy to fit and
works. Good value for peace of mind.
Also quick and helpful response to query on related subject.
A short time back I bought your in-line kit
for my TD5 Defender, which is excellent.
In the near future I intend replacing
all the hoses and see you now have
your new sensor to replace the
bleed screw. This is a great idea
to avoid cutting the hoses.
I fitted the replacement (sensor) this morning and must say
it's very neat and a bloody good idea.
I'm most impressed with the simplicity of the unit.