Cooling System Is Craped(ing on me!)

Chuck Pierce cpcycle at
Fri Jul 18 17:41:37 EDT 2003

Scott I believe has booth the metal Nissen or the OEM style radiator.
After all the challenges some have had with the Nissen, Ask scott what
might be the better choice.

Chuck Pierce
91 200tq 20v Avant

Derek Pulvino wrote:

> Ok, new's the radiator, and it's not a broken fitting, but
> the end
> cap that's leaking.  What's the conventional wisdom at this point on
> radiators?  I remember somebody talking about going to a radiator shop to
> get work done, and guessing from the leak spot, I think it's repairable.
> Any suggestions on a good radiator shop in the Seattle area, or barring
> that, pound for pound, who's our favorite for radiators these days?
> Derek P
>> Derek,
>> 1st Q:  Did you remember to unhook the garden hose before you did the
>> test
>> drive?
>> Q2:  Why did you decide to flush?  And with tap water, no chemicals?
>> As to the WP, you must determine if it is only the O-ring seal to the
>> block
>> or if it is the shaft seal.  Take the TB cover off and look.  Or,
>> maybe the
>> turbo coolent return hose?
>> DFI if IAB!
>> Bernie
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