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Old 09-16-2019, 08:12 AM   #1
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I have a 2008 Damon Tuscany with a 360 hp Cummins. Iíve been experiencing high engine temperatures. I have completely power washed the radiator which worked for a short time. Iím starting to wonder if the fan clutch is failing. Iím also concerned that the radiator could be partially plugged iinternally. Looking for some advice. Thank you
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Just an FYI, Mine was running warmer on all hill climbs and over heated once in Utah so I got home and really cleaned the rad and Charge air cooler. On mine ( 2002 Fleetwood Rev with 330 hp cummins rear rad) there is only an inch or so between the cooler and radiator and near impossible to get entirely without removing rad.1st I had wife shine light from outside thru red after dark , I got in coach and accessed the engine compartment , I could see very little light, then I cleaned and cleaned and ............ cleaned . from inside , out side and in between with a special wand I made for about 8 hours give or take a break or 2 and then did light test and I could see much better, . I have yet to take on a big hill but have take to Beach here in SC a couple times and no issues, runs cool.
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