Question about 1992 Volkswagen Golf
You've had an experienced AA repair man look at your car and thoroughly check the obvious faults. May I ask why you doubt what he's told you? It's impossible to say he's wrong without also having a chance to examine the car.
It's definitely possible that he's correct though.
Just change the sensor: it costs peanuts, takes minutes and is easy to do, but you may need to drain the coolant down first (catch it in a clean bowl and re-use it if it's not all black or rusty as it's not cheap). When refilling the coolant set the heater control to hot to avoid air locks.
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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