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1936 John Deere Unstyled A, running hot ?

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Ron Albart

11-08-2019 05:34:41




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John Deere Unstyled A running hot, heat gauge checked ok, replaced with new radiator, no obstructions in water pipes, still running hot, with no load? Temp Gauge 190 D, upper pipe 215 D, lower water pipe 115 D & antifreeze @ 80 D? Any suggestions?Thanks Ron




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RON ALBART

11-08-2019 13:49:40




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 Re: 1936 John Deere Unstyled A, running hot ? in reply to Ron Albart, 11-08-2019 05:34:41  
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THANKS

Antifreeze/water mixed, radiator full, fan shaft pulling air thru radiator, runs good, all water pipes open from engine block to new radiator.
Checked water gauge, ok.

Possible water not circulating in Block?

Typically A run cool?

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Mike(NEOhio)

11-08-2019 08:05:09




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 Re: 1936 John Deere Unstyled A, running hot ? in reply to Ron Albart, 11-08-2019 05:34:41  
Is the system full? Along with mixing I'll add that if the coolant is not all the way full it can't circulate. Had that happen on my late A.



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David g

11-08-2019 07:38:58




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 Re: 1936 John Deere Unstyled A, running hot ? in reply to Ron Albart, 11-08-2019 05:34:41  
I would agree with others on mixing.

Pretty simple systems.



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MSD

11-08-2019 07:01:56




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 Re: 1936 John Deere Unstyled A, running hot ? in reply to Ron Albart, 11-08-2019 05:34:41  
Could be timing is off or your running lean in the carb.



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Mike M

11-08-2019 06:24:01




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 Re: 1936 John Deere Unstyled A, running hot ? in reply to Ron Albart, 11-08-2019 05:34:41  
Sort of seems normal to me ? How is it with a load ? As long as it does not boil over it should be fine. Also make sure the fan is not on backwards and it is not slipping.



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lon in ne

11-08-2019 06:06:26




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 Re: 1936 John Deere Unstyled A, running hot ? in reply to Ron Albart, 11-08-2019 05:34:41  
OK, so you've got antifreeze in it. Did you mix water and the antifreeze together BEFORE adding it to the radiator?? If not, the heavier antifreeze will set in the bottom and stop the thermosiphon process. Solution is to drain the system, stir, and reinstall the mix.



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greenmech

11-08-2019 07:31:45




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 Re: 1936 John Deere Unstyled A, running hot ? in reply to lon in ne, 11-08-2019 06:06:26  
I agree with lon, it has to be mixed or you over heat. Ron MN



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R.w.b.

11-08-2019 05:37:44




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 Re: 1936 John Deere Unstyled A, running hot ? in reply to Ron Albart, 11-08-2019 05:34:41  
If its not loising water its ok. But have you looked to see if air is flowing? Thermosiphon runs warm.looks like your cooling down almost 100 degrees



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