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Asked peter vary regarding the issue but they say this may cost ,I don't understand why they are saying this as the car is still under warranty
The steering problem could be excluded under the warranty but it is more likely Peter Vary does not want to make the repair and absorb the cost.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The ABS shouldn't present any issues in bleeding / replacing the fluid that wouldn't be problems in a pre ABS system, HOWEVER, the consequences of not doing the job correctly (i.e.: introducing air into the system) could be considerably more troublesome AND hard to correct! So proceed with caution an make sure NOT to run the reservoir dry or back-**** air through the bleeder valve.
A vacuum bleeder would be preferred over the pedal pumping partner, just to help prevent the above probs...
Hope this helps, and good luck!
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
if you look under the dash (steering wheel) against the fire wall a little to the left is a black box with a plastic nut that sticks out. you can loosen it with your fingers and then just pull off the cover. The inside of the cover has a diagram of the fuses.
Posted on Aug 20, 2009
6 x 139 from what little info i could find. i wish i had the manuals i had access to 12 mos ago. cheers, i hope this helps.
Posted on Nov 09, 2009
You need to pressure test the cooling system. Unless you had the heads magnafluxed or inspected very carefully, there could be minute cracks causing the problem.
This is the #1 problem with any engine where boiling takes place due to the expansion power that steam has the capability of producing.
The cylinder walls could also have cracks in them, there could also be a freeze plug that is leaking slightly, causing the engine to overheat as it can't build the proper pressure.
sometimes it's a better move to get a low mileage used motor, than to attempt to repair one that has high mileage and this type of suspected damage.
Posted on Feb 20, 2010
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