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Old 01-15-2013, 12:57 PM   #294921
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should i drain some of what's in the coolant system and replace with straight antifreeze (non 50/50)?
It's mostly water in there now, huh?
Probably should try to get a little more coolant into the mix. If the system is bleeding off pressure, you want the boiling point to be a little higher at least.
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Old 01-15-2013, 12:58 PM   #294922
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expansion tank I think Not entirely sure. Last year I brought it to a shop and they pressurized the system and left it like that all day and said they couldn't find any problems. Just going to overhaul the coolant system when I get a chance.
If it's not split, there's enough things plugged into it to make it a pain.
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Old 01-15-2013, 12:59 PM   #294923
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bottom of expansion tank possible even the line itself below in that nether region from what I saw. You could add 50/50 in a pinch and not worry frank.
Gotcha. Return hose is pretty common.
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easy fix? just realized I should take the 101 home to avoid any grapevine closures
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I think Kalim's response was "I can't even leave you alone for 2 seconds"

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Well, I've been fondling the coils all day and I think I might just throw them in the sedan, lol.
this is true, there was some fondling involved when I was at Kalim's last night












































































of the coils too
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I don't know if my coolant system has any antifreeze left -_________- I feel like that could be a problem this weekend
i haz some coolant if needed
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Pr0n overload?
Double clicking, not backing up like you should. You're lucky that pr0n didn't blow the VRMs on the power supply. Now me and the mad scientist are going have to tear apart the case and replace the MBR that you fried.
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Yeah.
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I think Kalim's response was "I can't even leave you alone for 2 seconds"

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this is true, there was some fondling involved when I was at Kalim's last night


of the coils too
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thanks...
that about sums it up. I know the last half of the drive.

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101 to Lawrence

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that about sums it up. I know the last half of the drive.

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