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    • I really hate that Gav @ Unit 4, thinks he know it all...     HE REALLY DOES 🤣 So service no.2 since he got it running 600 miles run in found a few little niggles....2 little oil leaks, tiny and minor. Rear offside bearing, which TBH I thought was tyre noise and the sill coolant pipe is weeping. Luckily reachable. A days work he says.... I say fricking awesome.  All in all I'll take that and I'll tell you What, it's running like an Arabian bloody stallion. My car is MEGA 😎
    • Not so simple. There are two fans, although they are both either running or not.  However, there are two fan speeds, depending on the temperature.  I believe the low speed starts at 98C and the high speed at 103C when the temperature is rising.  When the temperature is falling, the fans should switch from high to low speed at 98C and off at 94C.  .  A/C is a further complication, and the fans always run when the A/C is on.
    • Thanks for posting Kurt, there is a lot of love being fired over from the Foxes mate 😉
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