RE: [DML] Radiator overflow
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RE: [DML] Radiator overflow

If your radiator cap is old it may only be holding a few psi of pressure. Borrow a cooling system tester with an adapter for testing caps from your local auto parts store and test the cap. If it does not hold 15 lbs of pressure, replace it.

Joe Kuchan

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From: craigstecker@xxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 8 Dec 2008 17:22:09 -0800
Subject: [DML] Radiator overflow

            Hi Guys,

I just came home from a car show and radiator overflow started to drain out through the tube for about a minute or two then stop.I let it cool down then tried it again and the same thing happened.If anyone has some ideas I would appreciate it.

Thanks Craig #1892

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