Re: [DML] Re: Fan belt installation
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Re: [DML] Re: Fan belt installation

Unsolicited advice: Once you've installed your self-bleeder, keep a 
close eye on your coolant level. With an automatic air-bleeder 
installed, it's easy to forget about the possibility of a small, hidden, 
or otherwise hard-to-find coolant leak -- until, suddenly, you hear air 
hissing out of one of the coolant hoses behind you... which is what 
happened to me, once.

Farrar Hudkins

rgalichon wrote:
> A buddy of mine and I replaced both belts. That was easy enough. 
> Unfortunately, the fans no longer would cycle on. Dave and Tom from the 
> LINY DMC swung by and showed me that there was too much air in the 
> system. We bled the air out and BAM; the fans operated normally again.
> Moments later, I ordered a self-bleeding kit. Lesson learned. :)


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