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CO-100 - ORIGINAL RADIATOR for the MGA
CO-100A - ORIGINAL RADIATOR Cell Core
CO-100B - ORIGINAL RADIATOR Top Tank Baffle
CO-101 - KEEPING Your COOL (avoiding HOT)
  MG-289 - Radiator Cap, change from 4 to 7 psi (csm)
  MG-291 - Cylinder Block Drain Tap (csm)
CO-101A - What is "NORMAL" Operating Temperature?
CO-101B - Effect Of Antifreeze On FREEZING And BOILING
CO-101C - How To "TOP UP COOLANT" Without Over-Filling It

CO-102 - Removing a STUCK THERMOSTAT COVER
CO-103A - THERMOSTAT, ORIGINAL TYPE with moving sleeve
CO-103B - THERMOSTAT BLANKING SLEEVE
CO-103C - THERMOSTAT, MODERN TYPE without moving sleeve
CO-103D - THERMOSTAT, ALTERNATE Moving Sleeve Style
CO-103E - THERMOSTAT, REPRO MOVING SLEEVE TYPE

CO-104 - FAN BLADES BENT or out of balance
CO-104A - FAN BLADE, Plastic Replacement
MGA cooling system parts - explostion view
CO-105 - A CORE PLUG is not a FREEZE PLUG
CO-105A - CORE PLUG for Emergency
CO-105B - CORE PLUG REPAIR - Betson Bolt
CO-105C - CORE PLUG Failure Mode
CO-105D - REMOVING the REAR CORE PLUG In Situ
CO-105E - REPLACING the REAR CORE PLUG In Situ

CO-106 - PRESSURE TEST - looking for leaks.
CO-107 - HOW HOT Does the Coupe Get? (Staying cool)
CO-108 - REPLACING the WATER PUMP
CO-108A - Water Pump BROKEN IMPELLER
CO-108B - Water Pump LUBRICATION, Leaks and Failure
CO-108C - Water Pumps, MGA type
CO-108D - Water Pumps, MGB type
CO-108E - Water Pumps, Interchange MGA with Early MGB
CO-109 - RADIATOR HOSE - Alternate Sources
CO-110 - ALUMINUM RADIATORS, The Basics
CO-111 - Electric COOLING FANS (Dual)
CO-111A - Electric COOLING FANS (Dual) #2
CO-112 - Electric COOLING FAN - WHY?
CO-115 - COMPARISON, Moss Replacement Radiator
CO-116 - COMPARISON, SCPL Replacement Radiator
CO-120 - Flushing the Cooling System
CO-121 - Do Not Mix OAT's and EG's Antifreeze
CO-121A - Do Not Mix OAT's and EG's Antifreeze #2
CO-122 - PLAIN WATER or ANTIFREEZE, Coolant Temperature Change
CO-123 - EVANS Waterless Coolant in a Vintage Car
CO-125 - Radiator "BURPS" When Not Hot
CO-126 - Radiator PRESSURE CAP and Interchange Parts List
CO-130 - TEMPERATURE CURVE From Cold Start To Expressway
CO-140 - MGA HOT RUNNING ISSUES, Long Dissertation
CO-141 - MGA OVERHEATING (Real Overheating)

CO-200A - THEORY OF OPERATION of the Cooling System, Part 1
CO-200B - THEORY OF OPERATION of the Cooling System, Part 2
CO-200C - What Happens When It Boils? - YIKES !
CO-200D - HIGHER PRESSURE Is Not Needed
CO-201 - CRUD IN THE WATER JACKET and how to remove it
CO-202 - How ALTITUDE affects TEMPERATURE INDICATION
CO-203 - How to DRIVE WITHOUT A FAN BELT ???
CO-204 - Installing COOLANT RECOVERY, Vented
CO-204A - Installing COOLANT RECOVERY, Pressurized
CO-204B - Installing COOLANT RECOVERY, Stainless & Vented
CO-205 - Using the MGB RADIATOR in the MGA, #1
CO-205A - Using the MGB RADIATOR in the MGA, #2
CO-206 - AIR DEFLECTOR For MGA Grille
CO-207 - Drilling Out the WATER HOLES
CO-208 - PLASTIC FAN BLADE for the MGA
CO-209 - AIR INLET Front Body Modification
CO-210 - CORE PLUG HEATER
CO-211 - VARIABLE PITCH FAN for MGA
CO-220 - FAN SHROUD For MGA, Make Your Own

CO-301 - MODIFY ENGINE BLOCK to Accept 5-Main Water Pump
CO-302 - ALUMINUM RADIATORS, Custom Built
CO-303 - ALUMINUM RADIATORS, Custom Built #2

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