Question about Mercedes-Benz M-Class
You may have a leaking core or welsh plug. This is a large disk which is used to block off the holes left behind by the casting process during manufacture. They are easy to replace but difficult to access.. It may also be a leaking hose or even a cylinder head gasket but I would suspect a welsh plug first. Take the vehicle to your local garage and get them to pressure test the cooling system, this will show up the leak a lot easier..
Posted on Aug 02, 2010
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