Question about 1995 Cadillac DeVille
How to install a bottom radiator hose on a 1996 cadillac deville
Drain all your coolant into a conatiner using the plug on the radiator, loosen and disconnct the top hose at the engine, then the bottom one at the radiator, and replace in reverse order. This is not hard to do, and just make sure your coolant is in good condition or replace it with a 50/50 mix of either the red or older green coolant. If you change the coolant to the new style (red) use a water hose and flush as best as possible, then replace with the red newer style coolant. You can use either, but you cannot mix them. They will gel up after time if mixed so with all the coolant out, it is a good time to switch to the new and when the job is complete, make sure you mark it somehow that it has the new version of coolant. A sticker with it written in permanent marker is best, but using just the permanent marker on something that can be readily seen is just as good.
Posted on Jan 03, 2009
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