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    2000 986 S
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    Newer Boxter?
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    2001 Aston Martin v12 Vantage, jaguar xk8, 1975 mgb, 350z,1953 Mercury pick up, 1936 chev coach, 1968 firebird convertible.

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  1. Thanks JFP. Good advice. Interesting, I just looked at the oil cooler and found that it is relatively new. there is actually a date on the oil cooler which indicates it was replaced within the last year. Sooooo, did they replace the oil cooler and not flush the system well enough or is there another problem??? Back to the pressure test I think.
  2. I just replaced the heater core in my 2000 Boxter S. A treat, easy to do and not expensive. BUT when I began to add coolant after the install, I noticed oil in the coolant. I am new to Porsche, so I need some advice. Where to start looking, oil cooler head gaskets? There is no coolant in the oil, Just oil in the coolant. I was down about a litre of oil.
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