Question about 2008 Ford F 250 Super Duty 4WD
Hello! I'll need the engine size...Yes, electrolysis is the problem...Lets solve it...You will need a digital multimeter...Send a comment and tell me if you have access to one...
Start and bring engine to operating temperature...Hold on 2000 RPM...Heat on full...Fan on high...Place the + probe of meter (set to read .5 volts) into the coolant tank...Place the - probe on the negative battery post...Record reading...If reading exceeds .4 volts...The problem is electrolysis...And we'll take steps to fix it...Guru..........Saailer
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