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Old 01-31-2006, 05:56 PM   #21
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Hey, look what I just found!!

How to do a Radiator Flush
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Not tryin' to be a smarta$$, but make sure you close it again before adding the new coolant.
haha thanks


about how long does it take to drain?

seems to be going pretty slow.
If you're in a hurry, remove the bottom hose. If your coolant is really "gunky" remove the bottom hose.
i got it now, it seems as if the coolant was having trouble getting from the reservior to through the hose, i have another question, when i remove the radiator cap how fast should coolant be moving from the reservior through that cap area?
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Hey, look what I just found!!

How to do a Radiator Flush
ive actually been using that =)


only real problem i have had is finding that damn plug.
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