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Old 11-21-2003, 01:36 PM
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flush and replace radiator

The way I flush mine is open the drain on the RSF bottom of radiator allowing the fluid to start draining. Then I insert a water hose in to the expantion tank and turn it on slow so it will not flood out. Allow the car to idle for 10-15 minutes or until the water runs out of the plug clear. Turn off the hose and allow the radiator to drain, close the plug and fill with a 70/30 mix. 70% water, 30% antifreeze. Depending on your climiate you may need to add a little more antifreeze. Check with a gauge. DO NOT fill 50/50.

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