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Old 09-01-2007, 02:27 PM
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Exclamation Coolant overflow- howling?

How come my coolant overflow tank would be howling, no high pitch tone. All whoosing and so forth. Just started today. is this bad?


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Probably not the same thing but today my truck starting howling! think it is the fan clutch. however i do have coolant dripping down on to my front diff and axle. did this a few months ago and the service tech said it was the degas cap.
today my degas bottle and cap are dry on the outside however the bottom of the radiator is wet.
taking it in tomorrow so we shall see.
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Old 09-05-2007, 06:46 AM
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my truck has a bad radiator. fan was staying on due to rising temps/coolant loss.
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Hey Nate. I think mine is doing the same, It makes a whine noise some time while driving, and once i turn it off it makes it too...
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Hey Nate. I think mine is doing the same, It makes a whine noise some time while driving, and once i turn it off it makes it too...
you nailed the sound. I nailed the problem, and a bill. I'm doing head gaskets and studs on monday (through whenever my dealership gets done). I bought the H11 studs from Elite and my dealer will be installing them for me! I'm thinking about upgrading turbo too!


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Nate,
I'm curious why you went with the H11's instead of the standard ARP's...
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I had herd that the arp's where of the same strenght as the factory bolts.
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Nate,
I'm curious why you went with the H11's instead of the standard ARP's...
I think the H11's are higher strength...
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