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Re: Air Conditioning and engine temperature?
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IIRC the FIRST offering of No. 7 radiator cleaner was by DuPont ca. 1970, maybe earlier. Sometime later ca. 1983 Borden picked it up.

Posted on: 2010/6/13 11:43
VAPOR LOCK demystified: See paragraph SEVEN of PMCC documentaion as listed in post #11 of the following thread:f
http://packardinfo.com/xoops/html/mod ... ewtopic.php?topic_id=7245
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Re: Air Conditioning and engine temperature?
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Taking the following steps can help prevent harm to your vehicle.
1.Open the hood to allow heat to disperse faster.
2.Do not open your radiator pressure cap while the engine is hot
3.Use the heater to disperse engine heat.

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Re: Air Conditioning and engine temperature?
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KelvinAche wrote:
Taking the following steps can help prevent harm to your vehicle.
1.Open the hood to allow heat to disperse faster.
2.Do not open your radiator pressure cap while the engine is hot
3.Use the heater to disperse engine heat.
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Posted on: 2010/6/16 8:20
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