Question about 1985 Volkswagen Golf
My reservior doesn't hold the coolant that I put in it. When this problem started, steam that smelt of anti-freeze shot through the vents. I have almost completely disassembled the inside of the car. The main dash is still attached. The coolant was found to be leaking through the air vents. When I removed the air distributor, I found a puddle of water sitting in the inisde bottom of the heater box. I have yet to remove the heater box because this requires the dash to be removed completely. I also don't know what is on the other side of the heater box and am concerned that I still wouldn't know what to do once it is removed. Can anyone help me with what the problem may be, and how to disconnect the dash for complete removal.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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