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970 Over heating .. help asap

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DAN WHITFIELD

01-16-2010 13:03:15




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I have a case 970 .. bought the tractor last summer .. I put on a new rad,water pump,fushed the system, did not put the 2 thermostats back in, i ran the tractor all summer & she ran just great.. now its winter i would like some heat in the cab.. so bought 2 new stats from case & put them in .. all it will do now is boil over... before i remove thermostats to test them , does ant body have any more things to try .thanks

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DAN WHITFIELD

01-16-2010 19:50:58




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 Re: 970 Over heating .. help asap in reply to DAN WHITFIELD, 01-16-2010 13:03:15  
Hi guys & thanks for getting back.... well i got the stats out & poped them in the pan & on the stove ... they opened.. so this is the deal, im sure i had them in up side down . i just cant even show my face in town again.. my last little job was rebuilding the powershift on our old 2470 you would think i could put 2 stats in.. well must have been a blond moment!!



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El Toro

01-17-2010 15:24:06




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 Re: 970 Over heating .. help asap in reply to DAN WHITFIELD, 01-16-2010 19:50:58  
One of my co-worker's had a new thermostat installed in his wife's car by a local auto shop and they installed it backwards and the engine overheated. It's a good way to crack a head. Hal



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shinnery

01-16-2010 19:03:53




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 Re: 970 Over heating .. help asap in reply to DAN WHITFIELD, 01-16-2010 13:03:15  
Sometimes it helps to drill about an eighth of an inch hole in the thermostats to prevent air locks and overheating.

Bryce



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greg in IN

01-16-2010 15:54:13




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 Re: 970 Over heating .. help asap in reply to DAN WHITFIELD, 01-16-2010 13:03:15  
i'm not too familiar with 70 series tractors,( mine are all older), but is it possiable to put the thermostats in upside down? that may be something to check.



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justanothercase

01-16-2010 15:53:35




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 Re: 970 Over heating .. help asap in reply to DAN WHITFIELD, 01-16-2010 13:03:15  
dont know if its possible but could the thermostats be in backwards? check radiator cap to see that it is rated for the correct pressure and holds it properly.



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