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Old 04-29-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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Radiator and power steering flush

I've never flushed anything and was wondering how to flush both?
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The radiator flush is fairly simple. You buy a bottle of the flush chemical and the directions are on the back of it. But basically you drain your radiator (and reservoir) pour in the flush chemical and top off with water. Let it run for like 10-15 min with the heater on the highest setting. then drain and run straight water through then fill with 50/50 and devil the reservoir

Never done the power steering though I was wondering about that as well
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The radiator flush is fairly simple. You buy a bottle of the flush chemical and the directions are on the back of it. But basically you drain your radiator (and reservoir) pour in the flush chemical and top off with water. Let it run for like 10-15 min with the heater on the highest setting. then drain and run straight water through then fill with 50/50 and devil the reservoir

Never done the power steering though I was wondering about that as well
Hmm okay seems simple.. Also how do I drain the radiator and reservoir ?
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The reservoir I've never looked at so I'm not sure, but the radiator should have a drain plug on the bottom door you can pull the bottom hose....just be careful with that.
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The reservoir I've never looked at so I'm not sure, but the radiator should have a drain plug on the bottom door you can pull the bottom hose....just be careful with that.
Oh okay alright thanks!
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