88 90 heater core
knotnook at traverse.com
Tue Dec 11 21:38:03 EST 2001
I had heater core failures in a '53 Ford sedan and a '77 Jeep
pickup. Both of them failed at vehicle ages less than the 10- to 13-years
commonly reported on the Quattro Lists.
At 09:47 PM 12/11/2001 +0100, Tom Nas wrote:
>Huw Powell <audi at mediaone.net> wrote:
>>I don't think heater cores failing every decade or so is that bad,
>>really. Isn't that a prety typical lifespan for a part like this?
>I've never heard of heater core failures as a typical defect of a car,
>apart from the type 89. In fact I've had lots of crappy old cars with
>great, unbustable heater cores... besides, when a job takes as much work as
>this, any lifespan is too short.
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