way to help with air bubbles is to run straight propylene glycol as the coolant.
It has better thermal properties than water and ethylene glycol. It is also
your coolant has a corrosion inhibitor in it, fouling can occur were there are
air pockets inside the cooling passageways. Corrosion inhibitors tend to form
sludge when the coolant is exposed to air.
Sent: Tuesday, July 27, 2004 5:45
[Cadillac_Performance_Association] Re: 1980-1985 eldo/seville cooling....need
help, how to succesfully pull it off?
or air pocket in system? I have a Pontiac GP that is notorious
holding an air bubble and many fords were trouble also.
runs okay on the highway but overheats at idle. The air
appears as a steady gauge rise up to around 245
degrees then rapid drop to
> Anybody think to double
check the actual guage?????????????
> Date: 07/25/04
> To: Cadillac_Performance_Association@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [Cadillac_Performance_Association] Re:
> cooling....need help, how to succesfully
pull it off???
> ...have you
checked the valve timing?
> On 25-Jul-04, mpascino_ny
> > Just an update.... I am still have trouble
keeping cool........I have