Question about 2001 Volkswagen Golf 2.0
After starting the car the water boils
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Sounds like you may need a new Thermostat.
Get a Haynes or Chilterns manual and a new Thermostat for the carfrom a car parts place like Autozone. Its normally a simple opperation to change it.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
yes i know that is a problem with the automated web site ,do wish admin would make a non specified column for us in europe with proper cars ----anyway seat ibiza great car perfect town shopping car ,1400 cc with the rounded ally rocker cover with system porsche on it ,now these cars can give a problem with the ally head and the water ports corrode away if it has anything less than neat antifreeze in ,well thats what i have found-now what i think is happening here is the head gasket has corroded away and its not a big job to change and shouldnt take a good mechanic more than an hour and a half to dismantle and a little over an hour to refit ,the problem is the bit in the middle ,are the water ports corroded to an excessive size that a new gasket will not hold ,cant help here but as cars are so cheap in the UK you might as well just buy another car for 500 pounds and the paperwork so easy to change the owners name unlike spain where it will cost 150euros minimun just to do the paperwork thats without buying the car ,which would cost about 1500 euros
Posted on Jun 15, 2010
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it could be many things, but first check your fluid levels. I would replace the thermostat located at the back of the upper radiator hose where it connects to the engine block. 2 bolts hold the housing on take off the housing and replace thermostat inside. Make sure your radiator fan is working.
Posted on Dec 02, 2010
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