Question about 1988 Subaru GL-10
1986 gl-10 turbo its getting hot so i thought the thermostate was sticking so i took it out and put a new one in but its still gettin hot i dont know wat else to do help
This can be a slipping belt, a worn out water pump, a damage fan or the worst of all a burnt cylinder head gasket. Turbos running at high pressures tend to blow the cylinder head gaskets. Also check the radiator.
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