It could be the radiator, but I understand what you are saying. If there is a radiator shop near you, I would recommend taking it there and having them "Rod" it out. Where I live, there is a shop that charges around 30.00 to do it. They first boil it on an acidic liquid. Then rod it out, paint it, pressure test it and check it for flow. They know if it is good or bad. I have had it done several times over the years and when I got them back, they were like new. You may want to check for a radiator shop and ask if they do that type of work.
Friday, September 4th, 2009 AT 1:06 PM