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I am looking to drain the radiator 86 Audi 5000 Turbo, Which is the best way? Can I get electrical schematic free for it off the internet somewhere? Small issues. There is a resivour next to the brake resivour that needs mineral oil for the hydraulic "what?" and what do I fill it with the lable is ripped in half.

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Remove the bottom engine covers. You will see a plastic petcock on the radiator. Take that out and take the radiator cap off.

You have to use Hydaulic Mineral Oil. Call a parts dealer shops use or call your dealer. If you use any other fluid it can cause system failure.

As for wiring diagrams im not sure.

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