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Overheating blowing back to reservoir maxrevs2500 new rad cap fitted headskim gaskets no heater new waterpump fitted

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  • gordon_wagst Mar 19, 2011

    new stat

  • gordon_wagst Mar 19, 2011

    new stat

  • gordon_wagst Mar 19, 2011

    the hoses are hot had rad flushed infact all system been flushed

  • gordon_wagst Mar 19, 2011

    fan cuts in checked after running

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Hawe checked thermostat?

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    Diether Masing Mar 19, 2011

    If the hoses are still hot to touch, heat the cooling liquid reaches the radiator or not? either just before the radiator hoses are hot or cold?

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    Diether Masing Mar 19, 2011

    Is the cooling fan starts to work? I can not remember whether it was a belt drive this car, or electric.

  • Diether Masing
    Diether Masing Mar 19, 2011

    if cooling pump works and thermostat is ok, radiator is ok and fan is to ok someweher is air in system and its harli removing from there.

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