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    cuore cng with a/c in night time works excellent and also doesnt heats much but in day light it's a/c works fine but the engine heats up and the needle goes at the mid point specially when the car is in idle position with a/c on or in a traffic jam and its a/c cooling some sort of goes down..i want to ask that the tempreture going in mid point is normal for cuore??
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    hey guys what mileage ur cuore eco giving on a full cylinder 50 kg??
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    Well 2 Channel or nali what they say are always better than sinlge one and if the size of that radiator is same like Coure than it will perform atleast 30% better than your current single channel one.

    In my case i opted for 3 channel normaly this is recomended for Diesel engines but the thing is if your engine get lil weak or gaskit gets little weak the bigger radiator can handle these issues but if its a stock radiator than right away you will face heating issues.

    Thats my personal experiance.

    But before swaping ur current radiator its better to get it serviced and see the results. Service will be around 200 to 350 Rs and changing radiator will cost you over 3500 Rs.

    About the fan speed you can get that checked by Electrition.
    Speed costs money, how fast can you afford to go.

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    bhai koi mileage ke bare me bata do....
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    Ok, Bhai Logo........ I have got my radiator service......... and am feeling difference right way. Now my neelde remains mostly below middle............. I haven't poured Coolent yet which I will on Sunday......... So my issue (not problem) which

    Adeel

    is also facing has resolved. Hope there will be more improvment after Coolent insertion.








    Thanks to

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    for giving usefull suggestions. Thanks to

    Adeel

    too, who posted such thread and we shared the experience of others. Thanks again....




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    i was reading this thread and i am not sure about the coolant ratio; water is the best coolant that you can put in your radiator. The only drawbacks are that it will rust up your radiator, water body, pipes etc, hence trouble in the long run. Try searching on google to confirm that. Radiator Coolants are typically more geared towards acting as anti rust agents as well as anti freeze/ Most reputable coolant manufactures recommend a ratio of 1:1 i.e. 50% water 50% coolant. but thats for countries with moderate to mild temperatures.

    However in our environment the most effective ratio is 70/60% water and 30/40% coolant. This will ensure that your car remains cool as well as protected against rust.

    Hence...

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    thank u all for giving such useful advices.....
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