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    J- pipe removal

    I'm hunting overheating issues and am going to try removing J-pipe to inspect pin holes. Also, why I'm there i'm gonna check out my exhaust manifold for damage... Any hints or suggestions for this task?

    Thanks in advance.

    Alex


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    i would drill the holes out when you have it off...

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    make sure water box baffles arent broke.

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    Quote Originally Posted by meeper View Post
    i would drill the holes out when you have it off...
    What size??

    Thanks,

    Alex

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    Quote Originally Posted by seadoolover View Post
    make sure water box baffles arent broke.
    Easy to tell?

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    I tried all kinds of things but mine ended up being a clogged intercooler ... for other ideas check out my troubleshooting thread (on here somewhere).

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    might wanna try running it without strainer screen....mine was clogged with tiny dirt particles.....cleaned it up and , wala, no more high temp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alex13 View Post
    Easy to tell?
    take out and shake i could see mine broke from looking in it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vern View Post
    I tried all kinds of things but mine ended up being a clogged intercooler ... for other ideas check out my troubleshooting thread (on here somewhere).
    I looked before I started Vern and so far none have worked, started as only overheating when WOT in a turn..Now it hits alarm at anything over 8000RPM and/or 78 MPH ..Someone please come shoot me in the face

    Vern, You say pull a breath off the IC water line? (Next time, i'll remember to flush the stank ass river water before doing so ) I can pull a breath pretty easy Did I say someone come shoot me in the face?

    Alex

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    I think I found the problem

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    Two of the three little holes where blocked by tightened clamp...You can see on one of the pics where there is a bubble above the second clamp..

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