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Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: PACIFIC N.W.
Open your radiator cap, fill to see water below the filler, and start the motor. Let it warm up, then look in the opening as you increase RPM's. You want to see turbulence, but no bubbles. If you see bubbles, you most likely have a blown gasket. You can also verify this, have your mechanic put his CO detector in your radiator. Any reading will verify a blown gasket. He prolly won't charge you, so have a $$.$$ tip handy.
+1 on OEM gaskets.
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