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No cabin heat, then blew upper radiator hose, cause?

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Re: No cabin heat, then blew upper radiator hose, cause?

Post by abscate »

BEJinFbk wrote:
abscate wrote:How old are ignition parts? They last a long time on these cars so people neglect them until they fail.

Cap rotor wires Coil plugs.
On a '99?

Ah, got fooled my the sig.

It is indeed a 99, so coil on plugs only.
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Post by bob850 »

Correct, has coil on plugs.
1996 850 Turbo Wagon - 175K miles, ARD Green ECU, Koni FSD, IPD sways, Snabb intake pipe, IPD HD TCV
1999 V70 T5M - 220K miles, M56H swapped, 2004 S60T5 engine, IPD sways, H&R springs, Bilsteins, TME catback, tune
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