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  1. Driving up the M6, towing a tin tent, the P gasket decided to let go on my 300tdi. Luckily I had previously fitted the header tank level mod, and was able to pull over, add water, and get to a service station. I threw some rad weld in and hoped for the best as we were on our way to the lakes for a weeks holiday. We got there and back with no further issues. No damage seems to have been caused to the engine, and all is well once the system was flushed and the gasket was replaced. My set up uses a normal relay with an "87A" terminal fed from an ignition live supply, and is connected to the redundant 24v light on the dashboard. If you haven't already fitted the level monitor to the header tank, I highly recommend you add it to you "round tuit" list, as it saved my much needed holiday! Mike
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