My new 2003 Cobra, which has 700 miles, has already been towed to the dealer once for boiling over after it shut off. This happen about three times before they towed it to the dealer. I thought they over filled the radiator at the factory until the last time when the car dumped a huge amount of fluid. They replace the cap on the overflow tank and called it good. Then yesterday I was driving home and the air conditioning stopped working, this had happen before but I thought it was no big deal as the air would start blowing in a minute or so. Most vehicles stop blowing cold air when they are under load. The air conditioning this time just stopped working, then the car would not rev over 3,000 rpm without bucking and surging really bad. I knew it needed to go to the shop then, so I kept driving (my trip home is only 8 miles). I looked at all the gauges and everything seemed fine for a few minutes then I noticed the temperature gauge was climbing at an astronomical rate. I made it a safe place, just before the engine temperature hit the "H". I shut it off immediately but it must have been too late (I only traveled a 1/2 mile, to get out of rush hour traffic, when I noticed the temperature gauge traveling to the overheat mark). The car boiled over some then I heard some strange noises and saw oil all over the ground. It was coming from the radiator area, like the oil cooler died, but these problems are all so different I have no idea how they are related. Anyone else want to guess before they figure it out? Sounds like I am on my way to a lemon law car :cryying: BTW my MagnaFlow exhaust (x-pipe and catback) and Densecharger should arrive in a day or two...so much for that idea.