Cooling System Is Craped(ing on me!)
dbpulvino at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 18 18:01:10 EDT 2003
Thanks everybody. I'm going to pull it out this weekend, and after I try a
local source, I'll try Scott next week.
>Derek 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.
>91 200tq 20v Avant
>Derek Pulvino wrote:
>>Ok, new info...it's the radiator, and it's not a broken fitting, but the
>>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?
>>>1st Q: Did you remember to unhook the garden hose before you did the
>>>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
>>>or if it is the shaft seal. Take the TB cover off and look. Or, maybe
>>>turbo coolent return hose?
>>>DFI if IAB!
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