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Discussion in '100-Series Cruisers' started by splitthat278, Aug 29, 2006.

  1. splitthat278

    splitthat278

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    i have a 97 cruiser that keeps overheating. i've :flushed the radiator, changed the thermastat,checked my pullys,checks the hoses and now i dont know what else to do. got any suggestions?
     
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    I think this in the wrong area... maybe try the 80-series section?
     
  3. 100 TD

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    What is the condition of your fluid coupling fan hub, perhaps the silicone fluid has escaped a little and it is not actuating correctly(ie slipping)
     
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    splitthat-wrong forum, but replace your fan clutch and radiator cap.
     
  5. splitthat278

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    ok where does this belong??? i'm really new to this awhole cruiser thing. thnx for the help i'll try that out.
     
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    I believe the mention about it being in the wrong area is due to the fact you have stated it is a 97 cruiser, and this has been taken as an 80 series cruiser, and therefore should be posted in the 80 series forum. However I think the issue of a 97 100 series came up once before so if it is a 100 series and it is a 97, add 97 100 series to your signiture line, if is an 80 series then post further questions in the 80 series forum.
     
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