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1993 Eurovan coolant leak

Need to know where to order a plastic release valve screw? on radiator hose for a 1993 VW Eurovan. Photos: http://picasaweb.google.com/carminecovelli/1993Eurovan#slideshow

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From volkswagen would be the easiest. Shouldn't cost much. They will mail it to you you do not even have to go to the dealer. Just call any dealer and ask to speak to the parts department, nearly everyone now will allow you to this over the phone. Hope this helps, if not I can offer you several ways to get it.

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