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.
on my 95 SE its on the drivers side of car ,look down the right side of radiator,
i didnt know there was a volkswagon that has a radiator
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That all gets too involved to answer on this board. Easiest thing to do is get a repair manual from your local parts store.
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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
buy the universal fluid at your local automotive store.
It is directly behind the radiator. To change this the radiator would have to be removed and emptied in order to change it.
It has 134 A the change was around 92 93
Follow the bottom radiator hose and it will lead you under the distributor and you will just have to take the two 12mm bolts out and there it is.
You have transmission fluid lines that go to the radiator/front for cooling you must have a leak there
The petcock should be along the bottom edge of the radiator facing the engine. It is probably close to the bottom hose connector.
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It is the radiator warning light. Usually it indicates low radiator fluid level. I have had this come on when I have had some minor radiator leaks leading to radiator coolant level going down.
The 95 SE has an hydraulic-assist clutch that is slaved off of the brake master cylinder.
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.
there are two belts. the alternator, a/c belt was replaced on my 95 probe by removing the radiator first. there is also an adjustable pulley with a vertical long bolt that is reverse threaded halfway down that adjusts the position of the pulley therefore changing belt tension. good luck
It has been a awhile and I had the dealership do it. I belive that they had to remove the radiator.
The jacking point was the oil pan?
yes, a oil service (oil fluid and filter change) is highly recommend. although trans fluid service is not recommend due to lifetime fluid.
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