Cowboy Dave wrote:Mine has always sat dead on half way except when I nearly cooked it up a mountain one day. Would be good to get an obd reader so you can see the actual temps rather than the needle/gauge which is not particularly sensitive or accurate.
Cowboy Dave wrote:I agree it won't be all of them. I'm sure I read somewhere that it was to do with the manufacturing tolerances and tooling and towards the end of life of particular tools they'd throw out a couple of duds and then the new tools would go on and the next lot of engines would be fine until the next tool wore down. Something like that anyway. I guess we all have to wait and see.
slicvs wrote:don't worry mines been in Goulburn for 13 days and they still haven't pulled the head off it! Manager reckons he's doing his best to get to it.. Not trying hard enough in my opinion
Cowboy Dave wrote:It's hard to imagine that they could.
But as I understand what may be occurring (reading between the lines and making educated guesses etc) the hotline fix probably requires the dealers to undertake a number of tests in a particular sequence (this is common practice)
I would also assume there is some sort of pressure test going to be involved and possibly analysis of the coolant to see if exhaust gas is evident within the liquid.
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