[DML] Re: Otterstat Popped Out While Driving
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[DML] Re: Otterstat Popped Out While Driving

Thanks - it's a bottom switch.  Unfortunatly I don't have any kind 
of workshop and the car has an aftermarket BAE Turbo installed.  The 
turbo is right in the way making access to the otterstat somewhat 
difficult.  That plus the fact that I had never done this before, I 
ended up pulling the whole otterstat out instead of just the leads.  
Next time I'll know better...  As far as leaks, I recently had all 
the cooling system tubes replaced so it would be depressing if that 
were the cause. :(

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "David Teitelbaum" <jtrealty@xxxx> 
> You probably did not snap the clip on right. Usually the clip is 
> If you want just use a nylon strap-tie around the pipe and between 
> wire clips on the otterstadt switch. Refill and bleed the system. I
> don't know that even in AZ you actually need a "low temp" 
> Since the motor is supposed to run at least 190 I don't think it 
> that hot even in AZ. You did not have to 

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