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Old 09-18-2011, 07:31 PM
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If your antifreeze looks really nasty(clumpy/gritty) then it'd be wise to run a hose through it and flush it out. You can buy the prestone "T" piece that you clamp onto the heater hose line, then you hook a hose to it, and leave the bottom radiator hose disconnected and thermostat out, and run the engine and have the heater on, this will flush it out really well. If the coolant doesn't look bad just refill what was lost. I ALWAYS use the "mix with any color" stuff in any vehicle.
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