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|Gerald Ridgeway||Coolant in radiator seems to be murky looking.
Have drained, cleaned, and put in new coolant but
still looks same.
Have drained the crankcase and there is no water
Any suggestions as to the problem?
|MF Poor||Get a GOOD commercial coolant system flush product and follow directions. I've had one experience where a tractor had been doctored with enough radiator stop leak that I had to have block and radiator hot tanked to clean out residue. That tractor could be nearing 50 years old. No telling what was dumped in the radiator in that time.
In the end, if it's cooling OK, you might just let it ride and see what happens.