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Installing a B&B Serpentine Belt System and a U.S. Radiator Aluminum Radiator » MCP-1012-Weekend-PIX-23

MCP-1012-Weekend-PIX-23

The electric fan comes on at 185 F and shuts down at 170 F. One thing to note: The thermostat screws into the intake manifold, and as such, was in the way of the fixed-type water neck that was on the engine, so a swivel-type neck was used. It only took a few degrees of turn to get the clearance needed, and the stock-bend upper hose was still able to be used. The lower hose bolted on with no problems.


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