Monte, would that have been the heater control valve? Never mind, I saw it was on drivers side, what valve was that?
I looked at some of the parts diagrams. There's a kind of nipple fitting that goes into the radiator at that side. I am thinking that is what they may have been talking about. The bill for all of the work was $272 and for the hoses was $77.50. That seems like a lot for just one hose. I'm going to look at the radiator and see if they replaced any other hoses on there.
I've been too lazy. I think at these prices, I better do the replacing on stuff like hoses. Ouch.
Yeah, so far, the only outsourced work I have had done is a 4 wheel alignment, as I have seen how to do it at home, but would rather let pros do that.
Recently replaced several hoses on the 951. probably should start collecting the rest for it and the 2 968's.
I normally go through Autohaus Az., unless I can find the same quality for less.
That's hilarious. <G> I was using a tablet. Such are the tribulations of using a tablet and not checking what you typed because it all looked so good.
I like Autohaus AZ, too. It's a great company, and their prices are reasonable. I have noticed that the fan stays on all the time on the car since the repair, while the car is running. I am wondering if the temp sensor may have gone bad. The fact the fan stays on all the time definitely keeps the engine running cool all the time, though. <G>
Sorry about that previous message. Autocorrect is funny as heck. <G>
I would look to make sure the wire is hooked up. Not sure if a disconnected wire would make it run all the time, or not at all.
If the temp switch did go bad, that would suck after just having the rad. drained and having to do it again.
I had the EXACT same response when i test drove the cayman when it was new... felt gutless and in stock form just didn't feel as planted as my (at the time) very lightly modified 968. All it did was solidify my happiness with the 968. Top Gear helped too. I didn't want to be in the "middle of the range". Im happy with my bottom of the range 968, Thanks! :)
Actually not all that much but it works for me! Ive got headers, aftermarket chip designed to work with the headers, airbox mod, 17" cup 1's, koni shocks, sport seats, 993RS steering wheel, rear seat delete, RS style carpeting, RS style door panels, 964 turbo S brake ducts/fog lights, Euro turn signals, stainless exhaust, hi flow cat, and then a bunch of stuff that was needed to bring the car back up to snuff including leather shift boot, all new suspension rubber including ball joints etc... Still needs a decent respray, and i wouldn't mind a crack free dash but as it sits, its a great all 'round driver.