I agree with Keith. These cars worked when new as designed and still will. In my case I battled overheating in my G for years. A new radiator or a proper rodding-out would work for a while. Ultimately it ended when I took my engine to George Riehl for rebuild. He wouldn't just have blocks hot-tanked, but he took them to a place for a shot-peen type process. The block came back looking like a fresh casting. No heating problems since. Point being, you can throw all the fancy radiators you want at your car, but if there's 40-50 years of rust and gunk in the block cooling passages then it won't help. And a radiator shop or garden hose "flush" isn't going to do it.
On Oct 29, 2017, at 11:58 PM, Keith Boonstra kboonstra@xxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler300] <Chrysler300-noreply@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Posted by: Andy Mikonis <r41hp@xxxxxxxxx>
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