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Date:         Fri, 9 Mar 2001 13:46:56 -0800
Reply-To:     Leon Korkin <korkwood@SURFREE.COM>
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From:         Leon Korkin <korkwood@SURFREE.COM>
Subject:      Re: HELP quick pls.
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Try removing spare tire and look at coolant tubing, check clamps, and front heater switch, all potential leak spots. Coolant collecting in the "dish" for spare tire indicates heater switch leak, a bitch to replace in tight space. Leon 85 Subwagen Westy

Joe Fortino wrote:

> list, > I need some advise like super fast if anyone could help, my van just started > to leak coolent in the front after the drive home yesterday, > anyway I'm leaving for a 4hrs trip today I have coolent if need be. > > I took the front grills off to find nothing, my radator looks ok > ohh my Temp isnt jumpping up at all, this is only stop and go, termo > might be bad, but I really short on time.. my plan is to not kill > Old Blue > > all my tanks are full, seems to drip after i shut it off.. hose?? > > Help/pointers/something quick. > > so much thanks. > Joe > 85GL > > VW addict > > ____________________________________________________________________ > Get free email and a permanent address at

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