David is on to something. The air can also cavitate
your water pump very quickly, cause the sheet metal or
plastic blades to fail big time, spit all the water
onto the track and make Flounder nearly spin behind
Check the water pump inlet hose and the edges of the
flange for cracks at the bottom of the radiator too.
They can suck air in and hose you, no pun intended.
--- David Lieb <email@example.com> wrote:
> To me that says that you have a leak in the
> radiator. It is a small leak, so
> you are still building up pressure and shifting
> coolant out to the expansion
> tank, but it sucks in air rather than pulling
> coolant back from the tank.
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