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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Coolant leak
WOW! that's pretty darn hefty no matter who ya are. Are you loosing very much oil? If not at least get the heater hose replaced(but not from these guys) And while its at a independent shop, have them look at that turbo oil leak-yes should be repaired, turbos don't like to run without oil, but could be just a loose line. Check with friends, family, and neighbors to see who they recommend to work on your car. I don't know were you live, but I would bet that there is a foreign car specialist around.
Posted on Sep 12, 2009
What is a heating valve please ,never heard of this terminology ,a heater take off yes but a valve ?well if does have one i have never seen one ,most common cause is a core plug or in american freeze plug but a heating valve ?? couid be a heater hose perished and split i agree but a heating valve the heat on these cars is shut off by closing a flap on the heater inside the heater unit so this repair if its just a heater hose shouldnt take long unless its a core plug in which it may involve a longer job
Posted on Nov 27, 2013
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