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#1 (permalink) Old 12-21-2004, 09:42 PM
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I know they make cleaning kits for cooling systems has anyone used anything like this?

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Yes... its called water... thats some good stuff....

I havnt heard of much cleaning products for the cooling system.

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yah, just flush it out with some water. If you really wanna clean it, see if you can pressurize the water a a couple PSI so it shoots through the radiator. DON'T pressurize it much through, you really don't want it to burst...


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Thanks bit, and Alpine.

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