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    Re: Proud new owner of a 2001 SLS

    Okay, just checked the fan speeds. When the A/C is on, the fans kick on and go into high rate mode. I checked the purge line and the coolant passage on the bolt attached to the thermostat housing, I took a clothes hanger wire and poked it in, turned on the car and ran it and there is a nice steady flow of coolant. The water in the serge tank doesnt seem to want to go down, and ever so often, with the cap off it will bubble some water out, then go back down to its normal level. I understand with the cap being off this can happen, but is it normally supposed to?

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    Re: Proud new owner of a 2001 SLS

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    Okay, just checked the fan speeds. When the A/C is on, the fans kick on and go into high rate mode. I checked the purge line and the coolant passage on the bolt attached to the thermostat housing, I took a clothes hanger wire and poked it in, turned on the car and ran it and there is a nice steady flow of coolant. The water in the serge tank doesnt seem to want to go down, and ever so often, with the cap off it will bubble some water out, then go back down to its normal level. I understand with the cap being off this can happen, but is it normally supposed to?
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    with the engine cold - the serge tank should be about half-full -
    notice the FULL COLD mark on the side of the tank -

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