Date: Sun, 21 May 2000 16:21:54 GMT
From: Tony <tshiminopsamAMhome.com>
Subject: Re: Overheating '86 900S - very strange....


One way to bring the engine temp down in a hurry is to turn on both the heater and the blower to maximum; inside the car gets hot but you save the engine. I would still check the heater core because it seams to me it's a coolant circulation problem. Good luck with it. -- Remove "NOSPAM" from address for direct e-mail ####### # #### # # # # # # # ## # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # ## # # #### # # # BobR wrote: > > Has not gone all the way into the red so far, so there's been no actual > boiling over, and the gauge seems to be working consistently, so I don't > suspect it. > > If it means anything, I know my heater control valve is bad because I'm > always getting some heat out of the side vents with the control turned > off. I was meaning to get to it, but got sidetracked replacing the > blower motor in my Volvo 240 (and that requires a recuperation period > before diving into any more fun projects). > > Anybody have any ideas?

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