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Join Date: Sep 2002
Location: Lincoln IL
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Re: can a clogged heater core cause the motor to overheat?
radiator would be different temps in different places on the rad
also one rad hose will feel different temp than the other
but thats commonly caused by failing thermostat
you should replace fluid once everyt year or two at the most especially in alum radiator vehicles
mines over due but im gonna do it sooner than later
i need to remove the lower hose heater fro the truck anyways for the summer and put on a non modified hose
i might as well remove and have the rad flushed the same time
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