Question about Mercedes-Benz C-Class
If there is oil in the radiator, the problem lies in the headgasket. The gasket is broken in certain areas. Try a product carried in a lot of auto parts stores for around $20 called Liquid Glass. This is a permanant fix and will eliminate the need for headhasket replacement. Follow the instructions on the bottle and when you are done, purcahse a chemical radiator flush to rid the cooling system of the oil which will rot any of the hoses and the heater circuit waterpump til they fail. Once that is flushed and the system is filled with good clean coolant mixed with distilled water, turn the heater on high and make sure that the temperature om the gauge does not get above 80 celsius and that the fan is working. Let me know.
Posted on Nov 08, 2010
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