Date: Fri, 6 Nov 1998 22:13:28 -0000
From: "eurohaus" <>
Subject: Re: Bottom radiator hose removal on 900T engine.....

When I did mine it looked as thought I had disassembled every piece of air duct in the universe... I dont see any other way of doing it... If you find an easy way let me know Larry Dean Malandris wrote in message <>... >I just acquired my new toy last week; a 1990 black manual Turbo convertible >in immaculate condition with only 75000 km on the clock. Doing what I >normally do first, I obtained the proper workshop manual for it and started >getting familiar with all of the systems. Which brings me to when I saw the >bottom radiator hose and realised that although it is new *now*, one day in >the future the time will come when I will have to change it... how the hell >DO you change it without tearing half the engine apart? I also have an >86-900i sedan in the garage which, on this car at least, I can SEE the ends >of the hose, but on the 900T... hooboy. > >Any suggestions, apart from making sure the oxy torch is gassed up on the >day? >-- >Win95 Error: 079 Mouse not found - A mouse driver has not been installed. Please click the left mouse button to continue. >--------------------------------------------------------------------------- - >Plexus Technologies Pty. Limited. Electronics Consulting, Research & Development. > >Mobile: +61 (0)411 470 880 >ICQ: 719010

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