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Old 06-04-2012
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Butch

Sorry for your trouble,hope it's resolved "painlessly".
My concern is the rapid overheating with no warning.
I have Hugh T's old coach that suffered the same thing it's a 6V92
Problem was traced to a blown lower radiator hose,no warning was traced to rusted/grounded low coolant sensor in radiator on that unit.
Tommy Rountree and I checked his last time he was here and found his to be non functioning,his is an 8V92 and located on coolant tank,he had it repaired at Coachworks.
I don't think the temp gauge responds as quickly as the low coolant sensor for protection. The coolant sensor is grounded by the coolant if it's grounded by debris/rust it will not give warning.

Good Luck
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