Always good to confirm actual operating temperature with a heat gun. Chrysler’s temperature and fuel indications are subject to a rather crude and problematic constant-Voltage system.
I have read that ignition timing can affect engine temperature. Careful determination of actual TDC, timing setting and action of vacuum and mechanical advance systems might be rewarding.
Hi everyone, I'm back on the same subject over heating on my 300G with A/C, with new radiator, recovery tank and new clutch fan. I live in the San Antonio Texas area and during the summer months when our temperatures reach 95 degrees + I have an over heating problems. If the temperatures stay below 90 degrees no problem. The radiator shroud has been cut back so the fan is not covered by the shroud. So I'm looking for radiator shroud that will fit the 300G. One other question has anyone used an electric fan in front of the A/C radiator to help cooling problems? Thanks
Posted by: "Rich Barber" <c300@xxxxxxx>
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