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Old 07-15-2000, 01:52 AM
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Robert W. Roe Robert W. Roe is offline
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Yes Aaron, I agree. For others thinking about adding Water Wetter, I just added mine to the overflow tank, figuring that eventually it will get sucked back into the radiator after enough heating and cooling cycles. My 84 300SD runs between 95 and 110 deg C with the air on or not. I had a new thermostat put in; before that it ran at 85 deg C then when it went bad it never got over 60 deg C. I got like 14.5 mpg on that tank of fuel (normally get closer to 20 mpg in town). Just my 2 cents.
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