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    Porsche GT3 Club Sport
  1. LIDS

    Overheating GT3

    I just had problem with my cooling system on my GT3! I have spoken to many people and red alot on the internet so I almost feel like an expert:) In my case it was a crack inte the coolant resorvair. I replaced it with help from Lorens thread in DIY. Thanks! So my suggestion is to follow Lorens advice, bleed the system properly! Good luck
  2. Yes its that "plasticpin" I mean. So do you mean that its normal that the plastic pin is "pushed up" eventhough wirebail is horizontal? This happends when the engine is at a normal temp. Thanks alot for your help :clapping:
  3. Head gasket maybe? I hope not:(
  4. The temp gauge were at a normal level. The overpressure made that "secureity pin" to pop upp and it came out water from the lid
  5. Ok, I am going to try to explain my problem in english... Today I took out my car for the first run after the "winter rest" Its a 996 GT3 Mk1. After a couple of hours of driving when I stopped by my friend och saw a pretty big cloud from the rear. It was water from the cooling system. My friend who is a pretty godd mechanic told me that I have "overpressure" in the cooling system. Anyone know what my problem is or have experienced anything simular? Thanks guys
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