Question about Suzuki Vitara
It is normal for an engine doing quite a bit of work like this to get hotter when under load. When you say you had the radiator flushed was it done at a radiator shop rather than just back flowed . The top tank should be removed and whilst water is flowed through the core thin steel rods are passed in and out of the individual tubes. Then the radiator is reasembled and checked for leaks. Often the radiator when doing this can be 50% blocked or more which wont cause a problem unless on a hot day or with a big load .
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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