jeff.maurer at infocus.com
Tue May 7 07:54:26 EDT 2002
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I've got a 1995.5 S6 Avant with 100k miles. Over the weekend, the low
coolant warning came on. I topped the overflow tank with distilled water
and antifreeze, and noticed that the light was coming on again today.
The temp gauge behaves normally. I see a fair amount of coolant in the
vicinity of the overflow tank (around the top edge and beneath it). I'm
assuming that this is due to boil-over since I don't see any obvious leaks.
No radical driving (long duration, high speed). Ambient air temps in the
40-60 degree range.
Any BTDT for this?! My best guess is thermostat failure. Maybe pressure
cap? Any thoughts appreciated.
Thanks in advance,
Director, Enterprise Applications Development
27700B SW Parkway Ave.
Wilsonville, OR 97070-9215
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