Yokemate of Keyboards
Posts: 4955 from 2009/1/28
From: Delaware, USA
The coolant is a mix of ethylene glycol and water (50/50). I got my o-rings in some local bearing store. Of course most probably you'll need the tubing and clamps as well. But I guess it's not that
complicated, just time consuming. And after you open the LCS up you'll probably not regret that you decided to service it.There you go
, already translated the article for you. The translation is not perfect (and is missing the photos - I'll try to add them as soon as I find them), but it should do.
It gives me an idea what I'm up against, cool.
I'll dig up 2 #27 o-rings and some decent thermal paste. Not sure I shouldn't go with the Delco coolant though. I haven't looked, but I assume I'm dealing with a two pump Delco unit.
And I'm going to need a few tools.
Well, thanks again for the encouragement.
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