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All the coolant leaks out of the front of the engine when i add coolant on my VW jetta GLS VR6.. how much would it cost to fix this?

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I have a 1997 vw jetta with the vr6 in it, and the heater core was recently replaced because of a leak, but now, that is fixed, but the car is overheating and shuts itself down after a few minutes of...


Ouch, don't let it overheat it'll cost you a new head gasket. You probably just don't have enough coolant. They probably filled it up and didn't run it to drain the reseroir and refill it. Check the coolant level, make sure it is full. Failing that, the thermostat might be stuck, the rad might be clogged if it's old, the new heater core might be the wrong one a too restrictive. I can't rememebr if my old VR6 had a ad cap but if it does take the coolant cover off the rad, start the car with it off... don't worry it's won't spit of anything, look down to see if the fluid is moving, if it is then you have circulation. Dont' run it like this for too too long as it will begine to Overflow. My bet is the coolant level bro. Cheers.

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I would still recommend getting your own copy, so you can write on it and get it greasy.
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