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Re: Sniffing Anti Freeze
Take a look at the valve for the heater. It is located just behind the
engine block hear the firewall. I've had similar symptoms and suspect this
valve - for one, it doesn't close entirely without manual assistance.
Bruce Bell firstname.lastname@example.org
Bruce Bell and Associates, Inc. Voice (719) 275-1661
P.O. Box 400, Canon City, Colorado 81215-0400 Fax (719) 275-1664
> From: Patrick James <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Sniffing Anti Freeze
> Date: Wednesday, September 11, 1996 12:09 AM
> I can smell a/f after a run when the temperature has come up to operating
> temp. I can smell it while stopped at lights and the fan is on.
> When parked in the garage it reeks especially around the rad side.
> My 4000q A/F level drops about .5 of litre of in a year.