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Discussion in 'Terminator Talk' started by persico, Jun 14, 2019.

  1. persico

    persico Member Established Member

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    Hey guys I'm getting pressure in my new moroso coolant tank after a couple of boosted passes it starts spraying coolant past the cap. I know this is a common problem. Okay here's my question I don't have AC on my car and have a pretty clear shot at the pulley bridge. Would it be easier to pull the blower off or just loosen the pulley bridge and slide it forward to have access to the oring tubes and no a search didn't help. Thanks again!
     
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    01yellercobra AKA slo984now Established Member

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    I would just pull the pulley bridge.
     
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  3. persico

    persico Member Established Member

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    Cool thanks I'll give it a shot and keep you posted!
     
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  4. persico

    persico Member Established Member

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    Just found this on another site. If I can I'll try to just remove to this idler bracket for the rear belt (also pretty easy to get to on my car) and see if I can leave everything else together.
     

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  5. persico

    persico Member Established Member

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    I was able to slide the pulley bridge forward and just let it hang down. I didn't even remove the power steering reservoir. I then removed the pulley bracket (2 bolts). Total time was 25 minutes to gain access to the IC pipes using hand tools. It helps not having tanks mounted on the radiator. Still waiting on my o-rings though. Thanks again for the help....
     

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    persico Member Established Member

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    Just an update to replacing the intercooler o-rings. I've had it to the track and driven it a bunch and no more coolant blowing out of my moroso tank cover. My o-rings didn't look that bad but it appears to have fixed the problem. Forgot to take pictures.
     

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