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What is the proper way to flush a radiator on a 1992 Plymouth Voyager 3.3L?

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2006-02-11 18:19:43
2006-02-11 18:19:43

On the radiator theres a plug in the bottom u want to remove the plug and remove u cap then once u drained the remaing fluid out u want to take a garden house and flush it out with water when the water turns clear take a pipe cleaning swab through to clean any build up then rinse through with the garden house one more time let it dry a bit replace plug and fill it 50 50 with antafreeze and water

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Dont try to flush the radiator... when you drain it and try to flush it, what you will be doing is breaking up all the old gunk in the radiator, by breaking it up, you will have no clue if its completely clean or not, so if the gunk is still floating around, it could go threw the engine and clog up the engine, making it over heat and really mess things up... now if you want to just change the coolant, the drain plugs are on the botton corners of the radiator, theres 1 or 2 drain plugs... i forgot how many, but it would be alot safer to change coolant, then to try to flush the radiator.

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Dont try to flush the radiator... when you drain it and try to flush it, what you will be doing is breaking up all the old gunk in the radiator, by breaking it up, you will have no clue if its completely clean or not, so if the gunk is still floating around, it could go threw the engine and clog up the engine, making it over heat and really mess things up... now if you want to just change the coolant, the drain plugs are on the botton corners of the radiator, theres 1 or 2 drain plugs... i forgot how many, but it would be alot safer to change coolant, then to try to flush the radiator.

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Remove The Radiator And Have A Radiator Shop Test, And Flush It.

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Just flushing the radiator, no but to flush the system, yes.

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there is a radiator plug on the bottom passenger side of the radiatior, take that out and flush from the radiator cap.


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