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Old 08-09-2013, 09:20 PM   #3
Danger_Dorn
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I agree with ace. My first suspect is a leaky HG from getting hot and hot from a leaky hg lol. Also your coolant system works off of a vacuum pressure so if you have any kind of leak in the coolant system it will be crippled. Thoroughly bleed your coolant system for air to include running the heater on full. Make sure there are no pinched, broken, cracked, or blocked lines. Also check your cap like ace said. Then finally if you have no solutions here try doing a compression test to verify if your HG is blown. It could be blown so subtly that it only leaks under load. Good luck man
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