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Author Subject: coolant level
deano9621

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Post #1
Can anbody tell me what level the coolant sits in the rad when cold as mine sits about 3/quarters the way up is this about the right level...Dunno

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Posted 21st Apr 2013 at 15:07
stan_306gti6 Forum Admin

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Post #2
Mine sits around 2 inches from the rad cap when cold. Yes

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Posted 21st Apr 2013 at 15:24
deano9621

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Post #3
Cheers stan, mine is sitting lower, but have just replaced the heater matrix...i did bleed the system so is there a chance it needs to settle down a bit more ..so it might need a top up with coolant after a few days of running aroud

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Posted 21st Apr 2013 at 15:43
mattgti6phase2

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Post #4
Just leave it until the engine is completely cold then check the level and fill accordingly. Also double check its bled properly to just incase Thumbs up

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