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TRUCK SERVICE MANUAL TM 5-4210-230-14&P-1 COOLING SYSTEM Fig.  2  Coolant System Reservoir Installation Fig.  3  System Warming Up Fig.      4:   As   the   cooling   system   approaches   normal operating  temperature,  the  vacuum  valve  in  the  radiator  cap closes, the cooling system pressure rises to pressure controlled by the cap pressure valve setting and no further air or coolant' escapes the cooling system. Fig.      5:   In   the   event   the   cooling   system   becomes overheated    to    the    extent    that    pressure    rises    above    the established   setting   (controlled   by   the   pressure   valve   in   the radiator   cap),   excess   coolant   will   be   expelled   through   the radiator  overflow  into  the  reservoir.    Coolant  discharged  from the  radiator  in  excess  of  the  reservoir  capacity  would  overflow from the reservoir.  Under this circumstance the engine should be shut down, allowed to cool and the cause of the overheating corrected. Fig.  6: After the initial cooling system fill Fig.  4  Normal Operating Condition Fig.  5  Overheated System and   the   engine   and   cooling   system   have   been   operated   to normal temperature and the engine is then shut off, the system in cooling down will draw coolant from the reservoir to replace air expelled from the system during the warm-up period.  As the warm-up  and  cool-down  cycle  is  repeated  during  operation  of the  vehicle,  air  accumulated  in  the  system  will  gradually  be expelled until a maximum fill condition is reached in the cooling system.    The  coolant  level  in  the  reservoir  will  rise  and  fall between the "ADD" and "FULL" lines. NOTE:  Any  make-up  coolant  is  to  be  added  to  the  reservoir, since the radiator cap should not normally be removed. CTS-2019P  Page 6 PRINTED IN UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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