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Cab misting up!

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24 Nov 2013 19:23 #92995 by markyp2000
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UKDAN wrote: If you don't want to spend any money crack an egg into the rad. Not a permanent fix but will work


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:laugh: i was going to post this up but thought every one would think i was joking iv done this and it did work just a mess when it leaks again and have repair it corectly

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28 Nov 2013 22:13 #93693 by brianjb61
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Just a quick update, stuck in a can of K seal and where ever the leak was it seems to have stopped it.

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28 Nov 2013 22:37 #93702 by Wiltec17
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If you want to help to dry it out or keep it dry in the future, have a look on amazon for the little dehumidifier bags. I stuck a 500g one in mine as my windscreen was taking ages to clear in the mornings, works a treat especially if your car sits for a while at a time.

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29 Nov 2013 20:16 #93889 by Caz
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This exact thing happend to me . . :(

I had a new Heater Matrix fitted yesterday to my Jimny (Which my mechanic was over the moon with NOT lol) . . . i tried K seal but it never worked.

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29 Nov 2013 20:20 #93892 by brianjb61
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Luckily I have escaped lightly for the time being although the car still stinks inside!

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29 Nov 2013 20:25 #93894 by ZookFastback
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Before adding a sealant of any type you are well advised to clean out the radiator first with a radiator cleaning product, then flush it all out, then adding the stop-leak. It seems to make it a better job.

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29 Nov 2013 20:26 #93895 by Caz
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brianjb61 wrote: Luckily I have escaped lightly for the time being although the car still stinks inside!


I could no longer cope with the smell :sick: My Jim is now full of airvent air freshners lol think we are just about there now nearly smells fresh as a daisy :P

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