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OK, this cant be good. I was driving my '00 C2 and noticed that the temp guage started blinking but it was just a tad over normal maybe 210-220max. I opened the coolant to check the level, not only was it low but it wasnt GREEN.. more like a milky color. I talked to my PCar dealership but there are realy only two options with them and thats new or reman motor. I just bought the car and cant see spending 12k on a reman motor when i just paid 20k for the car.

What steps do i need to take towards getting it repaired?

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OK, this cant be good. I was driving my '00 C2 and noticed that the temp guage started blinking but it was just a tad over normal maybe 210-220max. I opened the coolant to check the level, not only was it low but it wasnt GREEN.. more like a milky color. I talked to my PCar dealership but there are realy only two options with them and thats new or reman motor. I just bought the car and cant see spending 12k on a reman motor when i just paid 20k for the car.

What steps do i need to take towards getting it repaired?

Do you have coolant in your oil?

Oil can get in your coolant because it is at a higher pressure than the coolant. If you have it one way but not the other, it might isolate the source of the intermix. In this case maybe the oil cooler.

There are other choices -- unless it is the oil cooler -- none are cheap.

Mike

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