How do you change radiator fluid in a 1995 Ford Probe?
I recently flushed the fluid in mine the tube is hard to find but its a small black one in between the radiator and the engine, just look for it its there. I flushed the fluid out by using a leaf blower to force the liquid through the tube into a pan. probably not how its supposed to be done but that will work.
How do you change the transmission fluid and do a radiator flush and a brake fluid change on a 1995 mercury villager gs 3.0 liter?
When you open up your hood look down on the driver's side below the radiator. It should be a white wingnut looking thingy with a tiny hose pointed to the ground. I have 1995 Ford Probe, and I found this out the hard way last month. You can also feel it from the bottom of you car when you stick your hand in
The most common reason would be a ruptured oil cooler in the radiator. Check to see if you have oil lines going to the radiator, if you do, you need a radiator. Also, don't forget to change the anti-freeze because it will be contaminated. Don't forget to check your transmission for contamination also, as transmission fluid also runs on the outer region of your radiator to cool the transmission fluid.
On a 1995 Chevy Cavalier what is a warning light that comes on and off which has an arrow pointing down over some water or fluid level?
Disconnect the upper and lower radiator hoses and transmission lines from the radiator. This will cause all the water and very little transmission fluid to leak out. Unplug the radiator fans (two connectors). Be sure and disconnect the fan wiring from the radiator. Take the two nuts off the top brackets holding the radiator in place and then just pull it out. Simply remove the fans from the old radiator and put on the new…
Drian about 1 gallon of coolant from the radiator Follow the upper radiator hose to the engine and remove housing Make note how thermostat is installed Clean surfaces Replace thermostat and gasket Re-fill coolant slowly to prevent an "airlock" Start engine and look for leaks Run engine to normal operating temperature with heater on and re-check coolant level
TAke the trand pan off and change the filter while you are there. Refill it with about 3 quarts then check it. Don't overfil it. Dispose of old fluid correctly. Most parts houses will take it . there should be a small pan attached to the bottom, now on the pan should be a small bolt, if not on pan look along both sides of the trany. when u find bolt remove it. it is…
The thermostat is most like;y stuck open. It stays closed until the engine gets to operating temp then opens up to hold the temp at the right temperature. You need to drain the radiator fluid to change it, otherwise you will get it all over the engine. That makes it a good time to flush the engine and put new fluid back in.