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Vw Microbus blue water bottle lid made my kombi overheat what should i do 2.5i

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check the linkages. there is a plastic ball in the first link and second link , i think u will find the problem there . Good luck

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To bleed the cooling system effectively you will need to use a cooling system charge unit.Your local VW Commercial dealer has this tool or it can be purchased from a reputable tool dealer e.g Snap-On,Mac,Sealey etc.When used with a compressed air feed,this tool applies a vacuum to the cooling system and draws ALL the air out before replenishing the coolant (this tool uses a sealed system so no chance of air entering system).This STOPS hot spots in the clinder head and turbo

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check the linkages. there is a plastic ball in the first link and second link , i think u will find the problem there . Good luck

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