[DML] Re: Radiator overflow
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[DML] Re: Radiator overflow

A couple of things could cause it:
Too much coolant, The header bottle should not be more than 1/2 full cold.
Bad pressure cap. Test to 15 psi
Motor overheating. Make sure the fans turn on when the temp gauge gets
above the mark above 100. See that both fans run, the fans are not
loose on the shafts, and they are both turning it the right direction,
ie, pulling the air from front to back.
Nothing is blocking the air intake to the radiator. No license plate,
leaves, plastic bags, etc.  

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Craig Stecker <craigstecker@...> wrote:
> 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
> [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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