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Stalls, loses coolant , none observed under car I don't think it has a thermostat, does it need one?

93 vw cabriolet losing coolant rapidly, none under car and it stalls frequently

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engine hot and running,undo the topmost heater hose clip,making sure the water res is full,vent all the trapped air in the system.WEAR GLOVES,ITS HOT.all VW product(audi/vw/seat/skoda.MUST be vented after changing pump/thermo/rad.

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it could be your thermostat has ceased to open has caused the problem,you may need to replace it, or your water pump has is faulty & needs to be replaced....hope this helps....cheers.

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Flashing coolant light when gas pedal engaged and out when idling. gauge shows 1/2. Added antifreeze. 1990 VW cabriolet. Other times it flickers.


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