I have a 1939 chevy pick up street rod with a 350 motor and a 350 turbo trans on a s-10 chassis. It has an aftermarket ac unit in it. The condenser is mounted in front of the radiator along with an electric fan. The truck has an alunium radiator, high flow pump, 160 degree stat and the electric fan . The truck runs hot after only 25 mins ( almost on H on the gauge, about 220 plus ) there is no white smoke from the tail pipe, no water in the oil, no loss of anti freeze so i'm thinking this could be an air flow issue. The higher the rpms the faster it overheats. I m thinking the rad is not getting any air flow with the fan in front of the condenser. Should there also be on the engine side and should it be a push or pull unit. Whats your thought .
have the same problem?
Monday, July 7th, 2014 AT 7:25 AM