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Old 05-14-2015, 05:15 PM   #36
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How bout some pictures? If your able to, pics of the outside/inside radiator, hoses, fan, etc... might help
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This is from experience with my 03 sixxer...... My car would also overheat during the phoenix summer so i would have to turn the heater on to limp it home. Couple days later my friend and i drained ALL the coolant (not just from the rad) and cleaned the ugly reservoir tank we have. Put new antifreeze and water to have a little more water in the system, put some fluid in the reservoir tank, a new cap and also some "water wetter" for ****s and giggles. This was 2 years ago and have not had an over heat issue yet *knock on wood
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