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Re: Talk to me about what my radiator is doing

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08-10-2014 15:32:26

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Mine did same thing and it was just over filled.. Fill up let it spew out all the water it wants . then drive her for a while. mine doesnt blow out steam it will come out a little . maybe like cigerette smoke. You got to remember its only a 3to 8 lb rad. cap. dont take much for stuff to come out..

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Rodeo man

08-10-2014 15:35:38

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 Re: Talk to me about what my radiator is doing in reply to shane12970, 08-10-2014 15:32:26  
Thanks for the replies. With no temp gauge, it's hard for me to tell what's going on. Against good common sense, I stuck my finger in the water. It wasn't very hot.

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Tall T

08-11-2014 10:54:19

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 Re: Talk to me about what my radiator is doing in reply to Rodeo man, 08-10-2014 15:35:38  
If your better half has a candy/baking thermometer you won't have to buy one. I picked up a nice one at a thrift shop years ago. :)

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08-10-2014 17:37:07

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 Re: Talk to me about what my radiator is doing in reply to Rodeo man, 08-10-2014 15:35:38  
If you're really worried about your engine, get yourself an infrared thermometer from Harbor Freight. I would also take maxwell99's advice.

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