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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Not too familiar with this model but.... First some questions! Has the fault started after the pipes & rad replaced or were they replaced to remedy problem? If fault happened since work then i'd suggest an air lock in the system in which case you will need to 'bleed' the system of air. Make sure the expansion tank is the highest point & look for any bleed valves on the hoses - usually near the heater matrix. Sometimes it may be necessary to help the process by removing the temperature guage sender unit to allow the air to escape as air cannot pass through a closed thermostat. If the fault was there before, does the expansion tank seem to build up pressure very quickly? Do lots of air bubbles appear with the engine running & the pressure cap off?
Posted on Aug 22, 2008
first check the motor oil that it look normal if it looks like coffee with milk then there's you leak that would be a blown head gasket, if you don't see no coolant on the floor when you park the car and see oil normal check your muffler turn the engine on and see if it's coming out the tail pipe that to is a blown head gasket good luck
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
For the purpose of answering the above question:
625 km, divided by 100 km = 6.25 km per every 100km of fuel.
If your vehicle consumes 11.1 litres per 100km's. then 6.25km x 11.1 litres = 69.4 litres required to travel 625km's.
if your vehicle has an onboard trip computer, this data will fluctuate roughly every 10mins (computer processes data) depending on the nature of your driving and whether you are on a highway etc.
Consistent driving on a highway (i.e. no stops, no acceleration or turning) will give you the highest 'distance to empty' reading.
Driving around city (i.e. constant stops and accelerating) will give you the lowest 'distance to empty' reading.
If you are interested in determining your vehicle's true fuel consumption, the best method is the fill & re-fill method:
1) fill tank to full
2) cancel the 'trip meter' on your speedo to "00000"
3) drive until you have less than half a tank (or near empty if you prefer)
4) return to the same fuel pump (that you filled with) and fill tank again
5) record the "litres of fuel" you have just purchased (to fill your tank again)
6) record the kilometres you have just travelled on your speedo 'trip meter' at time of refilling.
7) divide the total litres by the kilometres travelled. This will give you the litres per 1km. Multiply this by 100, to get the litres per 100km (average).
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
To replace the fuel pump you must remove the fuel tank disconnect hoses connecting the tank, disconnect the battery and remove all the fuel to facilitate the assembly you ... Thanks
Posted on Feb 26, 2010
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