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Old 11-21-2010, 02:21 PM   #1
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ok this is my first post and hope to supply you guys and girls out there with all the necessary info to help me out. I have a 2001 2.7 boxster convertable with about 135k on her, the other day i was going around a turn and gave her a lil too much gas spun her around and ended up in the ditch no big deal backed it right out and proceeded to go home. well on my ride home i noticed my light by the temp blinking so when i pulled in my garage i had to check things out, well it turns out i was leaking antifreeze from some were but i cant isolate it if anyone has a diagram of the cooling system or any addvise it would be greatly appreacted, i believe i just blew a hose it seams to be leakin for the front left but iam really not sure thanks in addvace for any info

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Old 11-21-2010, 02:25 PM   #2
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radiators are upfront,flatbed it to a good bodyshop/auto repair
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Old 11-21-2010, 02:44 PM   #3
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I would not be surprised to find that you have cracked one (or both) of the radiators. The units are mounted in such a manner that the flexing from running the car’s nose slowly over a parking curb is enough to do it; so you spin probably took them out. To inspect them, you need to remove the front bumper cover…………..




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