Over heating

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  1. Gordo1675

    Gordo1675 New Member

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    I have a 1967 mustang with a 302 its running hot. here is what I have done so far new rad. new water pump elect. fan new head gaskets. I have replaced the thermostat twice. I am not loosing any ATF. so does any one have any ideals of why its running hot. Oh its never been bored out either stock 302.
     
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    what cfm's is the fan and are you running a shroud? is the fan pulling or pushing? is runng hotter at low speeds or while cruising? alot of times when changing to electric fans you will find it doesn't flow enough or cover enough of the radiator which will not allow enough cooling.
     
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    I dont know what CFM it is it pulls the air and it covers the whole radiator. As long as the car is Idealing it is fine once you start to drive it gets hot
     
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