Date: Sun, 26 Nov 2000 17:02:56 GMT
From: "Mr M" <>
Subject: SV: 86 900 thermostat

Hello ! I don't think there is something to worry about. By the way, there is some different temperatures of the thermostat, 85, 89 and 91 degrees celcius depending of what engine (8 or 16 valves, carburator / injection or Turbo) you have in you car. After changing the thermostat, be careful to not scratsch the surface of thermostat house (aluminum). One question - why do you have to change the thermostat ? Why I ask is because if the temp-gauge usually is in HIGH, that could be some problem with the radiator (common problem with classic 900) Good luck / Mr M in Sweden Lori Don <> skrev i > Anything I need to know about changing SUBJECT?

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