briggy Posted December 28, 2019 Share Posted December 28, 2019 Took the Cayman out for a blast a few days ago and put it in the garage afterwards. Following day I noticed the windows had steamed up inside. Odd, but thought nothing of it and opened the driver's window a touch. Went into the garage today to make sure the condensation had gone. It had. Jumped in the car and turned the key to close the window and saw a warning about low coolant. Took the coolant cover off and topped up with a full litre bottle of coolant and it was still below minimum. Not good. I can't see any wet patches on the garage floor and have never seen any in the past. I did notice that there was dried on residue on the coolant cover cap, so I'm now thinking that's the culprit, especially given the lack of puddles underneath and also the condensation inside the car. My question is - how far below the minimum does that warning message on the dash appear? If it's quite a lot, it would suggest it could have been getting lower bit by bit, but if the warning message is triggered as soon as it goes below minimum, I may have other problems. Cheers, Bryan Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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