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Leaking roofs and window seals, blocked channels, and cracked rain rails.
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Re: Coolant leak

Postby charged_rs » Sun, 24 Jun 2012 12:23 +0000

major service kit

waterpump and 2 gaskets and o-ring
timing belt
cam oil seals
crank oil seal
cam cover gasket
fresh coolant (HOAT, silicate free-usually pink)
PAS and alt belt
rad cap and thermostat

job done

change the oil while you are there
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Re: Coolant leak

Postby graham » Mon, 25 Jun 2012 12:28 +0000

That seems a bit excessive, I've changed the thermostat, cam cover gasket and housing and timing belt in the last 5-10km.

Whats the minimum I need? I have a spare timing belt so I dont need to purchase that, is this all I need?

waterpump and 2 gaskets and o-ring
fresh coolant (HOAT, silicate free-usually pink)

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Re: Coolant leak

Postby sidewaysreilly » Tue, 26 Jun 2012 7:26 +0000

i would say that should do ya yeah.
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