Re: [DML] Re: OVERHEATING?
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Re: [DML] Re: OVERHEATING?



One very, very simple suggestion that has caught me out in the past. I 
find I need to do this every time I do a pump because the current 
workshop has a very slight slope to the floor.

Jack the back of the car up, then run it up and bleed the air out.

Martin

John Podlewski wrote:

>Once I install the thermostat (the right way of coarse) it begins to overheat @ about 175F. No water in coolant pipe where to otterstat is located, no water circulation and fans do not come on-because no water in that pipe.  Hoping a 3rd thermostat is the trick--can't think of anything else.
>








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