Royse said: (quoted from post at 01:31:19 10/03/12)
cdmn said: (quoted from post at 23:18:09 10/01/12) I've found in several instances, overheating occurs because the bottom hose sucks itself shut.. You need coil springs inside the hoses to prevent this. The fact that thermostats in the outlet hoses seem to help, is that they build up some backpressure, preventing the lower hoses from sucking shut. It probably indicates a pretty plugged up radiator core, which makes things worse.
This may very well be the explanation for what I experienced.
It was quite a while ago, but I do not recall replacing the lower radiator hose.
I have seen several fitzall unversial flex hose were the interior liner of the hose separated restricting flow the spring was of little help other than to mask the issue...
This post was edited by Hobo,NC at 15:38:07 10/02/12.
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