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Vw golf 2.0 gti, overheating, boiling water, no power loss

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    Loss power, no pedal gas response, but if you stop and take off drives ok again stick shift train..

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If its overheating then u have to check 3 things . fan speed . thermostat. and water leaking , and fix nothing else im sure

Posted on Oct 15, 2008

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Sounds like you may need a new Thermostat.

Get a Haynes or Chilterns manual and a new Thermostat for the carfrom a car parts place like Autozone. Its normally a simple opperation to change it.

Posted on Aug 15, 2008

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