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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you should look good around the radiator while the car is running for a while. then check the bottom of the overfill tank. If you can not find a leak ther then you can look at the hoses. dry everything up first let the car run to pressurize the radiator. I hope this helps
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Remove wheel, caliper and rotor. hit it solidly with a good hammer and it should go right through and fall out. Sometimes you will need to grind a bit off the side of the new one to get it past any obstructions. That will not harm its performance in any way unless you take way more than you need to off of it.To get it all the way back in, oil the threads, put a stack of large washers on it and tighten the nut on backwards till you draw it all the way in.
Posted on May 28, 2009
Replace the thermostat. It will be fine after that. I know thats what everyone says anytime there is an overheating problem but in this case with the way the system works and it has been working fine up to this point, it's gonna be the thermostat.
Posted on Nov 24, 2009
there is a steel pipe that runs across the motor there, they are prone to corroding and leaking, you might get away with cutting it and bridging with a piece of hose but the best bet is to replace it. We have been lucky a couple of times and found a car in the wreckers that had newish ones fitted.
Posted on Dec 04, 2009
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