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Date Posted: - Friday - 04/ 3/09 - 12:08am
Author: Brian Sweeney
Subject: Radiator Cap Leak
In reply to: Randall, Murre, M31 's message, "Radiator Cap Leak" on - Monday - 03/23/09 - 1:22pm

Check out the two rubber gaskets on your radiator cap. I just replaced mine with a 7lb. from an auto parts store. Just bring in yours and match it to one there.

Brian Sweeney
1973 M36 Gran Mariner Hull #

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[> thanks -- Randall, - Tuesday - 04/ 7/09 - 12:39am

and that's what i did. though i'm having trouble finding one less than 13 pounds. go figure.

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[> [> 7 lbs Cap -- Capt'n Mike "Gypsy Mariner" TM36K, - Tuesday - 04/ 7/09 - 1:48pm

Try an E-bay search. They have a lot of 7 lbs radiator caps available.

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