Question about Audi AllRoad
First check out the coolant level if it is low then this can be the reason of car overheating.Also get the radiator cap checked if its loose or worn out it can be the reason for car overheating.Also get the water pump checked if its loose or blocked then low water flow may cause car to over heat. I agree that you got the no leak pressure test and found nothing but if the coolant level is low then car will overheat.If everything check out OK, then check whether the thermostat fan is running or not if not then its the faulty part.Check and confirm whether the fan comes up when the temperature rise.If the fan comes up then its not the faulty part and thermostat is the faulty part it has to be checked and replaced to solve the problem.
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Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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