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Old 05-12-2015, 05:53 AM   #1
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What Years affected by Radiator Problems?

I am now looking for a used 34-36 foot Country Coach. I am looking as old as a 1996 and as new as a 2004. I have read about many failures of aluminum radiators. Can someone tell me what years that these "defective" units were used?
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What Years affected by Radiator Problems?

several yrs. and various models. not specific. The yrs. you are looking at i would say most have been changed by now. you'll just have to check each one you look at, not hard to do. also check the cac as well. there are several good threads in the cc section on these and other things to look for. jmho.
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several yrs. and various models. not specific. The yrs. you are looking at i would say most have been changed by now. you'll just have to check each one you look at, not hard to do. also check the cac as well. there are several good threads in the cc section on these and other things to look for. jmho.
I must be the only one who does not know what cac stands for?
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Charge air cooler.
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I must be the only one who does not know what cac stands for?
It stands for "Charge Air Cooler". It is like a radiator but is for cooling the air compressed by the turbo before entering the intake manifold
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It stands for "Charge Air Cooler". It is like a radiator but is for cooling the air compressed by the turbo before entering the intake manifold
Thanks, fellows. Didn't know I had one nor that they were problematic with CCs. Guess I need to do a bit of research.
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Haven't heard of any problems with the charge air coolers. BTW, we still have the original radiator and CAC.
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