2004 Chevy 6.0 ltr Four Winds 5000 Overheating Diagnosis

Question: It was a 100 degree day and I drove the four winds 2004 5000 which has a chevy 6.0 ltr engine. It went into the red with ac on. When ii put hea.t on it stayed at 210 but what could be wrong?

Robbie: Sorry, wrong website. I deal with the RV section of the RV, I do no engine or drivetrain work.

However, I have heard of people installing a mist system for the radiator in really hot conditions. It draws the water from your holding tank and gets its pressure from your house waterpump. You just turn it on when needed. I've heard it works great.


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