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Water comes out overelow tube of radiator when

Water comes out overelow tube of radiator when reved up

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It should build up some pressure, before it overflows as it heats up, perhaps you need a new cap.
If the bike starts and runs ok it probably isnt a head gasket gone

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Overheating problem


i would take a close look at the water pump
if the water isnt moving through the system it basically becomes a kettle
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  1. Before servicing the vehicle, refer to the precautions section.
  2. Drain the cooling system.
  3. Remove or disconnect the following:
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  • Lower heater hose
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  • Radiator upper front tube bolt
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To install:
  1. Install or connect the following:
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I need diagram for the inside of radiator to see how the water flows and what radiator actually looks like on the inside. could someone post a diagram for me


No you don't

Water flows either top to bottom
or across any radiator

Simple look at the tubes & you got your answer

Water will enter from the top hose, coming from the
thermostat,flow across most radiators & out the bottom
& back to the water pump

Any and all questions are avail-- if you use Google &
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Mar 29, 2013 | 2000 Ford Taurus

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How can i check if my radiator is clogged


Use a pressure testing kit that is used to flush the radiator. It will hook up to the garden hose and force water through the radiator. If water comes out from the bottom tube of the radiator as fast as it goes in (well, almost as fast) there is NO clog. If it comes out slowly, get some radiator flushing material and flush the whole system including the heater core!

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I have taking thermstat out,flushed the engine ,flushed the radiator and it still gets hot


The water pump has gone out. With car cold, remove the radiator cap, start the car and rev up the motor, while watching the water in the radiator. If the water does not lower when reved up, replace the water pump and it will run as it should.

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Oily water coming from the exaust.when reving the engine


Oily water I can live with, a little condensation, unburnt gas, I hope it clears up after it warms up. Just make sure it doesn't blow steam while running or blue smoke while running. Have somebody drive it and follow it to see what it does. If it does, then get it to the radiator shop and have them check it out for a blown head gasket. Also check for oil in the radiator, or coolant in the oil. And keep an eye on the temp gauge, don't let it get too hot.

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what you want to do is remove the thermostat and see if it overheats again. if so im sorry to say its the water pump

but if not and it runs fine the them is prolly just not opening all the way.. rip it and replace it my friend its a Honda easier the ezmac

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Get a new radiator cap and make sure the tube from the cap of the res. tank goes into the coolant that is in the tank or it won't draw the coolant back and forth. The tube to thge radiator must also be connected.

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