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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Has anybody removed a KAD42/43 intercooler?

    CR1225 according to this listing. Pictures of how to do it too

    https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F352739788343

  2. #12
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    home Brum, boat Costa Brava
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    Default Re: Has anybody removed a KAD42/43 intercooler?

    Ta very much

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Has anybody removed a KAD42/43 intercooler?

    Quote Originally Posted by DavidJ View Post
    Thanks Bruce and FARSCO.
    While I have you FARSCO do you know what batteries go into your turbo tyre pressure senders. I guess mine will be flat next time I go out in the new year.
    post some pics of your amphibious mobo please

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Has anybody removed a KAD42/43 intercooler?

    Ha!
    Love it

  5. #15
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    Default Re: Has anybody removed a KAD42/43 intercooler?

    Quote Originally Posted by FARSCO View Post
    Reverse rydlyme flush and take nothing apart

    I’ve had the intercooler housing off and had to remove the rack the oil/fuel filter is on. I can’t remember why but perhaps I didn’t need to after all. I snapped a drain bolt but it’s so soft, it was easy for a machine shop to drill out the old one and retap.
    I have done that previously with good results but something is off and I need to get to the bottom of it. Reverse flushing coolant also wont clean the radiator fins. Insert must come out to do that.


  6. #16
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    Feb 2007
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    Default Re: Has anybody removed a KAD42/43 intercooler?

    This what mine looked like on 23 year old AD41 engines.
    the missing pieces went into the engine and may or may not have caused a siezed cylinder.
    had it repaired by a specialist automotive repair company.
    Anyway, worth checking!

    P1100713.jpg

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