Hey Scotty love the show. I watch it all the time. Anyways there's a slight non continuous sort of…

RyanC

Hey Scotty love the show. I watch it all the time. Anyways there's a slight non continuous sort of intermittent bubbling in the reserve tank on my chevy 350. Changed the radiator and the cap. Bubbling continues after I shut the engine off till it cools down. It's not overheating. What could it be. Also what's your opinion on the 4 bolt main chevy 350s? Good engines?

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RyanC
RyanC

also ive got a lower temp thermostat in it too. in 90 degree michigan weather the engine doesnt get over 180 degrees. or so the mech temp gauge says. hoping its not head gaskets. id hate to have to change em.

RyanC
RyanC

i thought the same thung about the but then i got thinking and it has a mechanical temp gauge in it. so wouldnt that always be showing the true temp of the engine? and ill definently check out the video too thank you.

ScottyKilmer
ScottyKilmer

those are good engines, but you do have an overheating problem, it's just not showing on the gauge yet. So do all these video tests to find the culprit, and pray it's not a blowing head gasket, the last test https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=evpaTW2WJ5Y