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Old 04-12-17, 06:39 AM   #10
fritzvis
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Hi,

I've been very busy this weekend. I've got the car in full service mode

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Originally Posted by John. View Post
You could try heating an appropriately sized torx bit and pushing it into the plastic (so it melts into it) and let it cool for a few minutes......then try unscrewing.
I removed plug as John suggested. I pushed a heated screwdriver in the plug and was able to get it out of the radiator. (thx for the hint John ! ) Unfortunately a part was left behind in the back of the radiator. I think it is kind of a plastic retaining clip... more on that later.

I also removed intercooler because he was completely clogged and some oil inside the tubes. This one needs some serious cleaning after 190.000 miles of usage.
I also noticed a broken wire. The wire is attached to the tunnel that guides air to the intercooler. it leads inside the engine bay and I found it broken right behind the air filter box. any ideas on that???? (see pics)
I think proper cleaning of the intercooler will revive some hp. I will have it cleaned together with my radiator.

Car is now ready for some engine bay cleaning and replacement of all belts.
any other sugestions what I should do while I'm at that stage?

bye
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