Just disconnect the hoses from the radiator and direct them into a container capable of holding about 14 quarts. Start the engine and let it run until no more fluid comes out. Hook the hoses back up and fill the trans making sure not to overfil it. You don't get the filter changed this way which I think is important to do and the most of the time it is MESSY.
You should never use transmission fluid in a radiator.You can use water without antifreeze in a radiator, but if the engine gets below 32 F (0 C) the water will freeze and severely damage the engine.
I wouldn't. Replace or repair the line instead.
OIL LINE? there is no oil line connected to the radiator. There are transmission fluid lines attached to the radiator.... To disconnect these, get some PB Blaster spray, spray liberally around nuts attaching lines to radiator, wait 10 minutes. Get "FLARE NUT WRENCH" of proper size, and loosen and remove. Make sure you have something to catch fluid in underneath where you are working.Good Luck... November 2010 - please note: my 2001 GC Limited has an oil driven cooling fan, instead of traditional 12 volt motor driven fan. The power steering pump's "oil" pressure drives several systems including this fan. Indeed, this "oil" is not conneted to the radiator. I plan to unhook the fan system and tie it back "intact" so I can lift the radiator out today.
There is no speedometer cable on a 1991 s10. Instead it has a vehicle speed Senor or vss for short. The vss is near the tail end of the transmission and has a green and violet set of wires that connect it to the drac module under your glove box then the draconian module is connected to the ecu which is then connected to the speedometer on the instrument cluster.
the smaller "radiator in the front of the other one" is actually part of your cars air conditioning system. if you are standing in front of your vehicle and are looking into the engine bay, on the passenger side of the radiator will be two metal fittings/tubbing that lead to rubber hoses near the bottom of the "two fans" then these hoses go into the transmission. if anywhere these hoses instead go into a ( say 6 inch by 9 inch "radiator looking contraption" that would be the cooler) if not. then the transmission lines are stock.
The raiator is a type of system where all fluid is added to the reservoir instead of the radiator directly, look for the reservoir and you will have found your radiator cap.
The 1999 Ford Taurus does not have a radiator cap. Coolant is added by using the over flow bottle instead of a radiator cap.
The radiator does not have a cap, instead, the coolant system reservoir is also pressurized and the pressure cap is on the reservoir.
It is on the bottom of the radiator but sometimes hard to get to. If it is, take the lower hose off instead.
Coolant is added to the overflow bottle instead of the radiator. The overflow bottle will allow fluid to fill over into the radiator.
If the radiator is original, LEAVE DRAIN PETCOCK ALONE !! You may NOT be be able to close it completely due to rust. Disconnect lower radiator hose instead.
if this vehicle is automatic,the most likely cause would be the transmission fluid cooler. it is a tank inside the radiator that cools the transmission fluid. if by any reason the tank leaks it would contaminate your water/coolant/antifreeze. answer a cracked head will allow oil into water jacket in head, going from there thru to radiator if it was a bad head gasket, u would have water in oil instead
The radiator doesn't have a cap. The overflow reservoir tank has a cap instead. (Tan plastic tank on passenger side)
Yes, it is worth replacing the transmission instead of getting a new car. You will have to pay thousands for a new car, but your transmission may only be $2,000.
Manual transmission is when you use the shift stick to shift to different gears in a car instead of driving without shifting gears,which is auto transmission.
Many things,, Bad radiator cap weak not holding pressure, Air Dam, plastic air scoop just below the bumper underneath the front of the car, if it is damaged or bent straight down or back instead of forward it will not scoop the air up into the radiator properly. Fans not coming on or coming on too late which can be caused by fan relays, temperature sensors etc. These are just a few possibilities
There is a little plug that takes a philips screwdriver on the very bottom (underneath) on the right side of your radiator if your looking at the car. unscrew and it will drain you coolant, Or if your is stripped like mine..... just take the big hose off towards the bottom in the back and replace. usually take about 3 gallons to refill. I had this problem sense i used water instead of coolant one summer because my radiator was cracked i couldnt afford to keep refilling with coolant. I hope this helps. =]
Some vehicles run oil line through the radiator for cooling, instead of using seperate oil cooler, which just looks like a mini radiator.
yes the transmission will still operate correctly
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A leaking radiator hose would NOT cause this to happen, you have 2 problems with this vehicle.
The 2003 VW Beetles did not use a radiator in their cars. Instead they had air cooled rear engine. Radiators were not used until 2004.
Its on the passenger side of the radiator, on the side of the radiator where you can't get to. Haynes manual says to remove the grill to get to it. Don't bother because its w waste of time. Try removing the lower radiator hose instead.