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55575

Re: Coolant leak in wbxer

Thanks. I was assuming there was no "trick" that was going to save me but worth asking. Oh well. Once more into the breach.
trease a
7:04 AM
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55574

Re: Exhaust System

I replaced my old one with the complete Stainless Steel kit form Go Westy a couple years ago. New muffler, new Cat Conv, new brackets. Very pleased with it!
Syncrohead
7:20 PM
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55573

Re: Coolant leak in wbxer

New hose and clamp and still leaks?!?! Hmmm, one thing I'd look for is corrosion on the bottom of the aluminum that the hose is clamped too. Might have had a
Syncrohead
7:10 PM
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55572

Coolant leak in wbxer

Hello- I have a leak at the odd shaped (some people call it the "peace pipe" hose) that comes off the rail hose that circles the engine compartment and goes
trease a
Mar 23
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55571

Exhaust System

I know I've seen it discussed here but I don't recall the details or contact information. I need an exhaust system for my 1988 TriStar. Who offers a good
cycletoys
Mar 23
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55570

Re: Coolant Warning Light

those things drive me nuts. Last time it happened to me someone suggested the stupid sensor inside the overflow tank might be dirty, thus not 'detecting' the
soylentgreenchef
Mar 17
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55569

Re: Coolant Warning Light

If there is no problem or overtemp condition found in the system, I would look into a capacitor replacement in the gauge itself. I have had this occur on my
adam warner
Mar 15
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55568

Coolant Warning Light

On my way home from the coast this weekend the coolant light came on in my '87 Syncro Westy. I pulled over, left in running, looked under the deck, behind the
kristophertaft
Mar 15
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55567

Re: Front differential oil?

On Mar 9, 2015, at 12:28 PM, David Klein david@... [Syncro] wrote: Hi, I am looking to replace my front differential oil and I
Robert Stevens
Mar 9
#55567
 
55566

Front differential oil?

Hi, I am looking to replace my front differential oil and I have been reading on samba. There is some talk about gl-4 in transmission and gl-5 in the front! Is
David Klein
Mar 9
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55565

Re: shuttering transmission question

I was thinking too, it is very likely an ECU problem. One way to check, is whether you can replicate the problem when the engine is cold. The ECU does not rely
Leonid Goldgeisser
Mar 6
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55564

Re: shuttering transmission question

Thanks to those who replied, The work I'm having done soon will make inspection of both engine and transmission mounts easy to address. I've experienced shot
Ben Root
Mar 6
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55563

Re: A story, and some technical questions about the rear locker serv

Oups, should have read the diff lock switch instaed of the reverse light switch..... my bad. On Thursday, March 5, 2015 9:43 AM, "jeromedemarest@...
jerome demarest
Mar 5
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55562

Re: A story, and some technical questions about the rear locker serv

The way the system is made, you have 3 parts. The trans body, a sleeve and the shaft. At the beginning, you were able to move about 1/16", I guess it is the
jeromedemarest
Mar 5
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55561

Re: A story, and some technical questions about the rear locker serv

That diff lock switch had a washer under it, is it still there? If not, the ball is forced down and might bottom on the shaft. From: "Robert Stevens
Jason Newton
Mar 5
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