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How do you flush the cooling system of a 1993 Ford Tempo?

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2012-08-27 02:09:29
2012-08-27 02:09:29

There are two little nuts on the bottom of the radiator on the inside (On the side of the motor) Turn one and loosen the other, then pop the top, and letter flow.

The above procedure will only empty the radiator. You need a kit to flush out all of the old coolant. Check any NAPA autoparts store. They can help you out.

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