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Re: quattro-digest V4 #267
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- Date: Fri, 14 Feb 1997 10:28:42 +0012
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>In message <330154E5.email@example.com> Allan Jones writes:
>> I then looked
>> in the owner's manual and it was right there in black and white-"When
>> the coolant level is too low, the coolant temp. light will flash until
>> the coolant level has been restored to normal."
>Threw me when it happened to me, too. The microfiche is quite clear about it,
>though - there's a special diagnosis section for "the top three segments of the
>coolant temperature display".
yeah in the ur-q i got the fright of my life when, stuck in motorway traffic
i glanced down and saw my temp gauge flashing the 3 chevrons at me,
positioned over "high" !
turns out it was warning me that the temp was normal and the coolant level low!
nice way of telling you!!!!!