Question about 1994 Volkswagen Golf
A few weeks ago i bought a 1994 Volkswagen Golf GL. I t ran fine for a few days, then the problems started:
The signs of a bad head gasket. So I got that changed, along with a new timing belt, piston, radiator, coolant system, and sensors.
Again, it ran good for a few days, then I parked at my house and heard some bubbling and splashing coming from the engine.
The temperature was flashing, so i checked my engine. The coolant was boiling in its container. I let the car cool down, then i checked the engine again to find all of my coolant gone.
I think these problems have something to do with the engine block.
So i'm stuck at this point. What could the problem be? Should i stop wasting my money on this car, and get rid of it? or should i try to get it fixed?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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