Ye want pictures of his gut after all the spicy chicken rolls no butter just mayo,red onion,tomatoes & lettuce, box of wedges & 4pack of monster...can't even tell ye about the stuff he wanted to do on ladder last week lol
The rolls sound nice but I would have the butter not the mayo or the wedges and how else would he reach the bedroom windows to wash them without a ladder
Don't read his BS Hassan. ....he works 8hour shifts, sleeps 12hours in spare room & the other four hours he's knocking back cans of monster sat on the couch on his phone calling me every two minutes to go shop for him or asking me to get car parts out of the attic....simple life Lenny has !!!
Now we are getting to the truth, Poor old Vicki it must be hell LOL.
You need to back these allegations up with evidence tho Vic.
the mechanic would know someone to skim, or at least he should, if someone tried to charge me 450-500 for labour I would kick him in the stots.
when i said coolant jump out I meant jump like a hose lol, it will rise as the waterpump will be pushing it around and would go easiest route, out a open cap.
the colour I would not worry about as when you changed coolant although you flushed, you would never get all the old out hence the slight colour change.
by hard hoses the car has to be at normal temp with cap on so the thermostat has opened better after a run out, when i say hard i mean hard.
and you should wipe the crap off cap, after all it could just be what I said at first condensation off your car standing so long, if this the case your getting your knickers in a twist for nowt
I would sort tyres first Lenny and get it out and drive it and monitor the situation. you will no if your putting water into bores as the white smoke you would see is steam and normally if you leaking water into oil way, the chances are it wont take long before you can see and smell it in the coolant, the catch 22 here is if you pay for cambelt and water pump to be fitted then turns out to be head gasket you will end up paying more in labour than getting the entire jobs done at one time. there are additives out there for sealing head gaskets, K seal I have used and has fixed very small leaks in the past but it will turn you coolant brown, the others I have not tried but claim 100% guarantee or you money back, and permanent fix. big statements but a mate who stocks this kind of stuff in his shop says there genuine. Steel seal is one.
always let the engine warm up fully before giving it guns aswell.
well it doesnt sound too good from what you say but you still have to do checks, the problem here is the leaky pump for two reasons,
1. as it leaks you will be loosing water but you cant tell if its going into oil or not.
2. as the system has a leak it wont pressurise to its correct level which will affect flow around your engine.
bubbling could either be air in the system, when this happens normally after changing the coolant it can be a pain causing overheating sparatic needle indications and too much pressure in the system, or a badly overheating engine that at that point turns its water to steam and thats what you here rattling around pipework.
But Im afraid the leaky waterpump is going to put a spoke in the wheel and make the diagnosis a lot harder, If it was mine because i would do it my self I would replace head gasket using a head gasket kit, would also get head skimmed and pressure checked and refit with new water pump and timing belt, drop oil and refill and run a while then do another oil and filter change, but as I would not be paying for labour would be a lot cheaper.
Been to Portlaoise today
Collected a beautiful set of Trueno tail lights and pre-facelift genuine AE101 side skirts from the Raving days of 1995 yo! Later released as an optional upgrade on the 1996-2000 model AE111
Very happy with todays purchases amounting to 100euro which is also the going rate for the set of BZR tail lights currently on my motor,
Which ill soon be listing on Ebay Win/win end result cost me nothing.
Here's some pictures:
Only piece of body kit left to purchase is one of these custom built rear lips from Russia, but with keeping the square !Removed! Eh ok Japanese plate design. cant say !Removed! plate, have to use full term and say japanese