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Can a faulty thermostat cause other issues?

Discussion in 'Electrics, Vacuum, Ignition and ECU' started by X308, Jan 9, 2018.

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    X308

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    I am working on the basis of the following;

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    Mine didn't work at first but was nothing more than a manky connector. It took me longer to find the pump than to fix it.

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    does that mean no heater booster R22/3?
     
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    I've done a short clip so you can see for yourself. I followed the exact same procedure that you did. Pos 1, then pos2, start, load all the electrics. It was a cold start so the idle is a little higher than normal, about 800rpm. It wasn't revved any higher.

     

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