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Old 07-16-2010, 10:40 AM   #1
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If the line that goes from the coolant crossover (on the front of the heads) to the radiator was arched in a way that it was higher than the radiator at one point, would it trap air in there since that line is there to prevent trapping steam at the top of the head
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It might, The line is normally flowing so it shouldn't matter to much. Are you having a problem? Btw this shouldent relly be in this forum.
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havent ran car yet so i was checking up before i did run into an issue, and sorry for missplacing the thread
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