Further adventures in autocheck
vwaudiporschefan at yahoo.com
Wed Oct 26 09:57:54 EDT 2005
<<does that seem like a fun job or what??? It looks like the hydraulic pump has to come
out to get at it....>>
The first time I did the T-stat, I did it without removing the pump and THAT was a PITA.
Actually, taking off the P/S pump is not bad..then the T-stat is easy. It's very straight foward.
BTW, when our car ran too cool...replacing the t-stat was the fix.
Aaron Rosenstein <admin at donotspam.org> wrote:
So I unplugged teh Multi-Malfunction temp sensor to see if the warnings
went away, and they did not. The temp warning still flashes
intermittantly, leading me to believe there is a faulty connection in
the cluster itself. Also, My AC works fine with it plugged in or
unplugged. I still get the OIL pressure and brake pad warnings on and
off, so I'm really leaning towards just removing the autocheck system
completely. I no longer have the bose radio, so its not a big deal to me
Speaking of thermostats... I ordered one today to see if it makes me run
at normal temp, so I'm looking to see where it is and how to replace it
and my first thought is "oh wow, your kidding right?" does that seem
like a fun job or what??? It looks like the hydraulic pump has to come
out to get at it....
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