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Answered 2006-07-02 13:40:38

That sounds like coincidence to me. While the AC condenser may cause the radiator to run slightly warmer, the vehicle cooling system shold be engineered to operate well within the normal temperature range with or without the AC running. It's probably more of a function of vehicle age/miles than anything else.

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don't try it. i drove 20 miles without one and my head gasket blew. its a pressurized system and without the cap, there's no pressure. not a good thing.


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