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WHAT ARE YOUR CORD DRIVING EXPERIENCES????

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27 Feb 2020 02:51 #39592 by JIM.OBRIEN
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You might want to check the radiator tubes (between the top of the engine and the radiator). Your car is from the era when a lot of people put screens in the tubes to prevent the junk from the engine getting into the radiator and plugging it up. Check out the article in Newsletter #2 2020 (coming out soon). if they have the screens in the tubes and are partly plugged it would account for the engine getting hot and the radiator staying cool.

THe other thing would be to check the water pump is working properly.
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27 Feb 2020 12:44 #39600 by JIM.OBRIEN
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After thinking some more about this I missed the obvious answer. Check your thermostats. It could be one is not opening properly.

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27 Feb 2020 16:02 #39606 by 1748 S
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JIM.OBRIEN wrote: After thinking some more about this I missed the obvious answer. Check your thermostats. It could be one is not opening properly.


Jim what temp thermostat do you recommend?


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27 Feb 2020 16:21 #39608 by JIM.OBRIEN
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Low temp. I use 160 degrees as these are available but you need to look for them.
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