Quote Originally Posted by davec73 View Post
Install a cap with the red lever on it and release the pressure every time you drive it for a while. When you are driving down the road if you have air getting into the system it will heat soak. Nothing you do will cool it dow except to pull over and shut it off. My problem was under boost. my intake manifold bolts loosened up and it was somehow pushing air into the water jackets. The air would get trapped at the thermostat housing and it would cause the car to heat up and keep heating up until I had to pull over and re burp it. When I added the auto rotor this spring I got some of the brown thread sealer that Dalke recommended and torqued the intake down to the na spec of 23 ft lbs and I have not had a problem since in 95 degree weather the highest temp I have seen is 206 and the high speed kicks on to bring it back down into the low 190s.
Good info... thanks, I will try that...