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Re: [classicrv] Winnebago Brave Radiator

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  • Bill Miller
    Peter; You do NOT need to touch the Air Cond. radiator. Before tearing into all of that I would suggest that you do a COMPLETE radiator and cooling system
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 2, 2013
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      Peter;

      You do NOT need to touch the Air Cond. radiator.
      Before tearing into all of that I would suggest that you do a COMPLETE radiator and cooling system FLUSH OUT, and change the thermostat.


      mainiac bill



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      From: Peter Penwarden <ppenwarden@...>
      To: classicrv@yahoogroups.com
      Sent: Tuesday, April 2, 2013 7:53 AM
      Subject: [classicrv] Winnebago Brave Radiator


       
      I have a 92 Brave 6.2 diesel. I live in the UK and last year whilst touring in Europe we had to cross the Alps. The temp gauge was very high, no water loss; but I did stop several times to let it cool. I can hear the viscous fan note change as it gets hotter. I suspect the rad is the original and am planning to remove it and have the core replaced. I am have been motor engineering for nearly 50 years, are there any major difficulties? It has an oil cooler and air con rad. Do I have to disconnect the air con radiator or will the rad drop out behind? Also approx how many hours to remove and refit. If it was a UK vehicle I could look it up in the time manual. Thanks in advance.
      PS the Easter temp last year was 60 plus, this year 37.

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