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Re: Update TE 20 overheating

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Jason S.

11-04-2012 04:28:41

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I doubt that the vinegar has hurt the water pump. Vinegar is what we use to clean the newer style aluminum radiators with the plastic tanks on them. It doesn"t hurt them so I doubt it hurt the water pump. The bearings are sealed bearings, I would come closer to thinking that the little pieces of rust and corrosion would hurt it more than the vinegar.

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Jason S.

11-04-2012 04:40:58

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 Re: Update TE 20 overheating in reply to Jason S., 11-04-2012 04:28:41  
I forgot to add that I would run the vinegar in it another day or two. I would leave the vinegar in it and drive it...get it warm and put it thru a couple of heating and cooling cycles and after that I'd flush it real good and add antifreeze. After the antifreeze I would watch the oil real close to see if antifreeze appears in it. With a cooling system that bad neglected I would think that the orings that seal the sleeves to the block may be in bad shape also and may very well leak. I'm not trying to rain on your parade but just telling you to watch for that cause after all this I would hate to see you ruin a motor because of a bad oring.

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