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Old 12-26-2002, 21:52   #1 (permalink)
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overflow tank bubbles.....

just if anyone has encountered this problem before.....

i have an ea fairmont ghia wagon

the overflow used to bubble and lose water only when i stopped the car...

the car never got over half way on the heat gauge

the radiator then cracked at the flange at the plastic side tank

someone wanted $260 to replace the side tank only!!!!!!!

so i replaced the whole radiator myself for $270! haha :)

now, the overlow still bubbles when i stop the car

never gets hot

no water in the oil

only loses water when it bubbles out

any ideas?
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