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How do you drain the radiator?

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2005-11-08 22:33:07
2005-11-08 22:33:07

Go to Walmart and for about $3 you can buy a cooling system flush kit...it will be in the auto parts section near the antifreeze. There are instructions on the package that will tell you how to do it. It is incredibly easy and takes about 15 minutes.

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