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Re: My '93 100CS Quattro Blew UP!!!!!!!!!!!
OK, here are a few things you can check:
Thermostat: Look at the front of the engine block. Directly to the left
of the water pump is the thermostat. There appear to be 4 or 5 bolts
holding it on, but I'm not sure. AllData says you need to remove the
timing belt to get at it, but you can probably wiggle it out if you need
to. Keep in mind that if you take it out you'll lose about 1 gallon of
Thermo-switch for temp gauge/overheat warning lamp: on the back of the
left side of the engine, it's mounted to the coolant hose that comes out
of the block.
Coolant temp. sensor: Follow the hose with the thermoswitch to the
right...a hose will branch off on the left-center part of the engine and
head under (or through?) it. Keep going to the right, and just before
the hose heads into the right side of the engine block there's the
coolant temp sensor (right next to the bleeder).
> Subject: My '93 100CS Quattro Blew UP!!!!!!!!!!!
> Date: Fri, 10 Jul 1998 18:28:50 -0400
> From: Levent Cur <email@example.com>
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Hey all,
> I need to know where the thermostat is on my engine... i have the 12v
> 2.8 v6... My car over heated for some god forsaken reason, and it finally
> died in my driveway when i got home from work... Any suggestions please
> help me....
> Levent Cur
> '93 100CS Quattro (Mine) 84,000 Miles (Mint)
> '87 5000CS Turbo (Sister's) 196,000 Miles (Near Mint)
> '83 Volvo 240 DL (Mine) 245,000 Miles (Close to Mint)
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