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Those pretty S/S bottles are OK if you know what you are doing. I
check the level when cold (full to the top) and I have an overflow
bottle hooked up to the overflow line so I can see the level "just
like on those new-fangled cars". No air in the coolant system to foam
or corrode.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Elvis Nocita" <elvisnocita@xxxx> wrote:
> Well, so why do Renault people tell me to do it and why 
> is everyting ok after about 10000 miles ?
> Did that job last year and everything went well.
> They milled off something like 1/10th millimeter. If this causes
> any problems with the chains - wow.
> Instead get a plastic header bottle with a low water warning switch
> instead of  those good looking but dangerous stainless bottles. 

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