|06-19-2012, 12:53 PM||#1|
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Proper Coolant flow video. Infra-Red Thermometer.
Is this proper coolant flow through the motor or is my water pump losing its man power?
PINKorigins14 :: VIDEO0087.mp4 video by dearderekking - Photobucket
I just swapped this motor in and have not had issues like this with my gauge until now.
Bleeding these systems of air is rather simple and I know I have done that properly but its still pegging full hot within about 5 min of run time.
Before I installed the motor I ran a hose into it to make sure it had proper flow in and out of the engine.
Headgasket is fine it is not producing any air bubbles into the coolant system.
|06-26-2012, 02:16 AM||#2|
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I'm not sure if that flow of water of correct. Have you checked the thermostat? I'm in Indy as well and have a spare water pump for your motor. Let me know what you find out with the thermostat - you can heat up some water on the stove to see if it is opening like it should. If you really need to try out my pump let me know.
|06-26-2012, 02:26 AM||#3|
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is it actually overheating or is your gauge off? did you change out the s13 sending unit to the s14 one on the coolant neck next to the cts for the ecu?
|07-13-2012, 11:42 PM||#4|
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Check with infrared gun
If you were smart it should be a new pump and thermostat
Basic swap mean replacing parts you have no history with. Flow does not look great but I don't know if the radiator is full
If you need a pump get the s14 one bolts on a little better flow
If you need a new thermostat go for ka24 out of the same year car if you need to replace temp sensors for ecu or gauge use oem ka24 e or de
Do not waste money on nismo Mishimottoo or any other brand . Go oem temp at $12.00 a pop from vatozone