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  1. CC
    Ive got 2010 2.0 with about 120K miles. During the summer months I have had issues with the car overheating. Now while the car is moving, it will stay at the normal operating temperature. But while stuck in traffic or waiting at a light, it tends to start running hot. Before it would go all the...
  2. Golf I & Jetta I
    Hey, A few days agoe I flushed the cooling system, sins the colant was rust and lumpy. Afther i did that I filled with new coolant and burped the system, but after this the Engine is running a bit hotter. Before the temp guage was stedy in the middel while driving, now its just after the middel...
  3. CC
    Hey, So this is my first time using this forum or any actually, but ive exhaused every option i could think of, so though why not reach out here and see if any of you can help. Recently bought a 2013 VW CC 2.0T with inly 68k miles on it got it for a great price since it had been in a minor front...
  4. Golf III & Jetta III
    Hey all! I have an Mk3 which I like very much and has been pretty good to me... A few days ago I was driving home at highway speed and the temp gauge sunddenly went up and the coolant light started flashing. Figured I was overheating, so i went to pull over. As soon as I downshifted, the coolant...
  5. Golf I & Jetta I
    I'll keep it short and sweet: New thermostat. New coolant (Pink G11) Water pump seemed fine when I checked it... Wrong radiator for car (goes to a 1984 VOLKSWAGEN RABBIT 1.7L L4) and I think it's for an A/C model; bought it last summer Engine gets hot but radiator doesn't. Tons of pressure in...
  6. Passat (B6)
    Hello, I have search everywhere after an answer of my problem but can only find the regular answers. I have a Passat 2006 2,0 TFSI (B6), manual transmission, with fluctuating engine temperature. It takes 30km (18miles) to reach 90 degree Celsius (194 Fahrenheit) in highway use. (Outside...
  7. 2.0T FSI, TSI, and TFSI (EA113) Engine Forum
    Mishimoto Performance Aluminum Radiator By replacing your current VW radiator with a Mishimoto performance aluminum radiator, you will notice a cooler more efficient running engine. All Mishimoto VW Golf performance aluminum radiators are dual pass, engineered to maximize cooling...
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