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Old 07-19-2008, 11:21 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have a f6a engine that is getting hot. I replaced the water pump last November. Yesterday I had the radiator rodded out and removed the thermostat. Still getting hot. Anyone have any ideas what I can do next?

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Old 07-21-2008, 09:15 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Talking Coolent Is The Key!!!!!

WWII Jeeps could user water as coolent, but did better with COOLENT in them.
ALL MODERN ENGIONS ARE MADE TO USE COOLENT IN THE COOLING SYSTEM!
If you use Prestone coolent in your vehicle. it wil not only run cooler, but you dont need to rod the radiator every year! It has anti corrosion chemicals in it. Locals dont want you to use the correct items because they can make money off your ignorance. PUT THE PRESTONE IN THE D---- RADIATOR AND BE DONE WITH IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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OK. I tried everything I know to fix the problem. Still getting hot. I rodded out the radiator, put in coolant, removed the thermostat, cleaned the radiator fins. and no success. the coolant seems to be circulating fine. I am about ready to try a stick of dynomite.I do not know what to do.
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Try to check also your auxilliary fan .
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