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get a clear tube (about 5 feet long and wide enough to fit over the transline). Unscrew the transline from the radiator and place the the tube over it...place the other end of the tube into a bucket. Start the car, and give it a min before you start seeing the bubbles from the end of the old fluid...start pouring the new fluid in. when you fill her up, your done. don't over fill it.
1989 ?? it a piece of cake ,nothing difficult ,about an hour to strip one side ,then go for spares ,stop for coffee and a piece of tortilla have a cig and a chat to everyone in the bar ,getting the parts and coffee stop say another hour and a half ,then half hour to refit ,total time involved 3hrs,then charge customer 4 hours a side
Not enough information here, but I would always replace the crank shaft position sensor first. Its at the rear of the engine, it senses grooves in the flywheel. Next I would check the fuel pump relay. Finally the Airflow meter.
The rotor has a very strong spring. just keep pulling. Be careful not to bend the shaft (I doubt that could happen). If you get a screwdriver or something to pry with, just try to force it straight up.
if the car is overheating at idle it is the fan if u have electric fans make sure u can hear them coming on if it has a fan on the engine it would be a clucth fan it is probely slipping replace it check these items first