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What is radiator steam erosion? Steam can breakdown the plastic radiator tank that will produce thinning of the tank wall and ultimately holes in the plastic auto car part. Frequently, soft and/or melted places on the tank or white deposits at the filler neck are also found. A thermostat stuck in the closed position is the fundamental cause of steam erosion in your cooling system. You may also notice melted plastic residue, which will plug the tubes of the radiator and ultimately lead to overheating. Radiator leak sealant will not be a long-term solution for your cooling system tester.

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Steam Erosion
Steam can breakdown the plastic tank which will produce thinning and ultimately holes in the plastic tank. Frequently, white deposits are also found.

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