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Old 28th August 2006, 00:41   #1
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Has anyone had a coolant going down to min level in the recovery tank (reservoir) in Optra 1.6 (1500 kms) with no symptom of overheating , obvious leakage signs under the car? I have had my Optra Royale (1450 kms) - for the last two months and I noticed today that the coolant level was almost at the min level. I have never seen temp gauge going into danger zone . Oil seems clean (no frothing). Havent seen any white Exhaust or unusual smell.
Any thoughts. I am taking it to the service center tomorrow... But was wondering if any had similar problems with Optra.
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Old 29th August 2006, 08:28   #2
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yes i am facing with the identical problem,but my car has clocked 8400 kms,will be speaking with Fort Point since it will take a bit for my car to clock 10,000 for the 3rd service
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Hi Ravich

Please do NOT open multiple topics for the same query. You had already opened an identical query previously, and that can be found here

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