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Hello. Yesterday after driving for around one hour, I got to my garage and notice more than half of the radiator was cold. The upper radiator hose hot, the lower radiator hose cold. Not cool, cold. Providing the temperature gauge is working correctly, it’s not overheating. But the reading is quite abit passed the half way mark, it has always been like that and stays there when up to temp so I thought it was normal.
Heating in the front and rear blows warm/hot air when turned up fully. No performance issues the get up and go is great.
Oh yeah and during my drive it was around -1 -2 degrees Celsius.

I’m pretty sure that it’s not normal for more than half of the radiator to be cold...

maybe it’s blocked?
 

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What's the coolant level in your radiator?
 

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What's the coolant level in your radiator?
Hi! The overflow/expansion tank is at max level when cold. There’s no radiator cap so I cannot physically see what’s in the radiator. I noticed there doesn’t seem to be much pressure at all in the system, perhaps I should look into replacing the expansion tank cap? It is not leaking/losing any coolant.
 
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