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Old 07-19-2002, 06:59 PM
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600 SL 93 thermostat

Standard thermostat is 87C. Are there any lower reading models eg. 82-85C available?. Also where are the coolant drainage points and any bleed screws?. What is the best flushing materials. Mechanic states citric needed only when oil in system. Prestone anyone?.

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Old 07-19-2002, 08:41 PM
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You do not want to go lower on the thermostat, this will create unnecessary problems if the engine runs too cold consistently. Citric acid flush is very effective, I have never tried the prestone flush, and I probably wouldn't want to use it. Drain plugs are on the block (Sorry I do not know where on the block on the 12 cylinder) and at the bottom of the radiator.
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