Do these part numbers look correct for 2004 Gen2 parts
AUX pump 1W4H-18D474-AA
DCCV (YG378) 2R8Z-18495-AA
Degas bottle 5W4Z-8A080-AA
T-stat, T-stat housing, and coolant crossover pipe were replaced by an independant shop in november
From reading the guide located at http://deneau.info/ls/ is see the instructions for the degas bottle, DCCV, and Aux Water pump call for the radiator to be drain and a specialty tool RADKITPLUS 078-00497 (ST2b1b-a) to be used. Is this truelly need or is there another way to do this.
I have a number of cooling system parts that are dying (DCCV, Aux pump, and i suspect Degas bottle). I lack alot of the tools needed to do the work and space to do the work. Is there anyone near the Des Moines, IA area that would be willing to help out once the weather warms up?
Well finally got bite by the useless cooling system on the LS (2004 3.9L in this case). Needing to replace the DCCV and auxiliary water pump. From what i understand the aux pump is a dealer only part and expensive. Or was i informed wrong on this one?
As for the DCCV i do see there are 3rd...
Wish i would have taken more pictures. Unfortunately the front emblem was broken while I was driving on the interstate this weekend. Atleast the rock hit the emblem rather than the windshield. The adhesive I used on the rear emblem is already giving away so i will be removing both this week...
Well life likes to eat money. Having problems with power steering looks like the pump is going out. In addition to that non-car related my central air died at the end of summer. So no money to do anything till those things are fixed.
Guess i will be fixing that Farenheit HU I have. Been so...
for me it would be either a copy of the Buick Blackhawk concept from 2003
1938 Phantom Corsair