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2000 VW Beetle overheating

The only place steam came out of was the flange. There is no signs of leaks anywhere and everything seems to be intact,. Is the flange supposed to have a cover?

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    What are you refuring to as a flange?

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MaKE SURE YOU HAVE THE RIGHT COOLANT.
"THE ORANGE"- CHECK THE SPECS IN THE MANUAL- THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT!

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