First off, is the cooling system all stock as it came from the factory? I have a 427 version completely stock with the 4 row as you describe. I had same problem until I did the following.
The cars cooling system was NOT by design set up for a coolant recovery or plastic can attachment. The upper portion of the upper radiator can was for the needed space in the cooling system for expansion. If your filling the system 100% full when it opens the thermosat it is too full and will puke out the coolant mix. Leave it about 3/4 full (upper tank) when the thermostat is open and coolant is visably flowing with the cap off. Make sure your cap is good to 18 lbs.
2nd. the fan clutch from the trucks for that year will work wonders for you in keeping temps down. I live in Yuma AZ. where summer temps reach 117 plus and stays there most of the mid summer days. My big block with 4 speed and all stock 4 row cooling system and a truck heavy duty fan clutch behind the stock fan and a 160 thermostat lets me run about 165 to 170 on the interstate all day long here and it will climb to about 195 sometimes towards, but not to 200 at a long city stoplight. Never been over 205 since it was returned to stone stock and a truck fan clutch and 160 stat.
GM had it right for these cars back then and it still works today. I had a twin electric fans set up on it for a while it would not stay below 200 on the best day out. The wife of the owner of the oldest radiator shop here in town saved me many headaches when she told me how to do the above and added, never add the catch recovery can system and get rid of the electric fans on it at the time.
Sometimes, the old guys and gals still have it. !!
It's held by screws to the radiator mount. Don't try to run without it. You will overheat easily. Absolutely necessary, There are four bolts. The left lower is very hard to access. Talked to a mechanic and he said he DOES NOT remove the bolt. There is enough room to remove the old fan and install the new.
I have a 2001 Cherokee and the fan shroud is removed by removing two screws (one at each side) on the top of the shroud. Look under the hose that goes to the coolant overflow to find them. Once they are out the top should be free. You can then pull up a little to free the bottom tabs that just sit in slots and then it is just a matter of pulling the shroud out from around the fan. It's not that easy but it can be done.
Remove bolts from fan shroud. Then unbolt engine fan from water pumo and pull both out from the top at the same time.
St. Veronica held the cloth to wash the face of Jesus Christ when his physical body was removed from the Cross. The impression of the face of Jesus Christ was later known as the Shroud of Turin. St. Veronica is the Patron Saint of The Shroud of Turin.
Front right corner under bumper shroud. Should be a pair 1 hi and 1 low sounders
just take the shroud off to give you a little bit of room to work leave the radiator in
Low coolant, radiator restriction (inside and/or outside the radiator), inoperative radiator fan, missing/broken fan shroud,
A bad fan clutch, low on coolant, missing fan shroud, bad thermostat or a plugged up radiator.
Could be defective thermostat, bad fan clutch, insufficient fan shroud, plugged or inadequate radiator, or underperforming water pump.
Does it hurt the engine? Yes and no. It won't hurt to run the engine for a while. But running without a fan shroud seriously reduces the efficiency of the cooling system. Consider the shroud on a rad as a type of straw. Without it you won't suck much air through the rad. At slower speeds this will probably end up as an overheat situation. If the vehicle came with one, use it.
we sailed into a shroud of fog. we watched as his body was wrapped in a shroud and buried.
He was buried in a linen shroud.
There is a shroud of Turin? Is that what you mean?
No it is not , as the shroud and Jesus lived different times, the shroud is not that old.
dougs answerHi It is a very bad idea to remove your fan shroud. You will overheat at some point. The reason is that the shroud is custom designed to funnel air across your radiator and transmission oil cooler. Every fan needs a tunnel to push air or you just have a ceiling fan that blows air everywhere but where it is needed.If it is broke and rubbing, then replace it. That's the only reason I can think of for removal.
Shroud - comics - was created in 1975.
Shroud for a Nightingale was created in 1971.