There is a common failure on the Ferrari 360 which is the transmission / coolant heat exchanger. The theory is that if you don’t change the coolant regularly, the copper in the heat exchanger corrodes and eventually it fails. When this happens, the coolant start pushing into the transmission and transmission oil goes into the coolant. Fun! So you not only have to replace the broken heat exchanger, you also have to flush out the transmission, and the cooling system. Likely you will have to replace some other components too. It’s a lot of work.

So our new Ferrari 360 for our dealership, NG Supercars arrived and when driving it home, it start to get hot so Josh shut it off and had it towed home. Unfortunately he found oil in the coolant so we immediately knew the heat exchanger was broken. We got the new heat exchanger and began to work on the Ferrari 360 to repair it and get it ready to be sold.

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