While we're here, My Perkins
M90 does not have anodes in either the engine or the heat-exchanger. I read a fair debate on the issue a few years back and I recall
deciding to stay with the manufacturers existing set-up, no anodes. so far, so good..as far as I know.
I am servicing the cooling system early in the new year (routinely), and was thinking of adding an anode to the heat exchanger
. This can't do harm, and is routinely done, right...?!
Or, when taking it all apart, and all is still well, stay with what those clever Perkins
people did in the first place?....Grateful for any opinion. Is this too far off-piste?