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flushing a radiator is a waste of time and money as blocked cores do not flush. Have a pressure test done on the coolant system and check for external leaks. have a compression test done to check for head gasket and cracked head. Have a flow test done on the radiator and if shows signs of blockage replace the radiator .. Always fill the radiator at the radiator cap and not the reserve bottle. The reserve bottle water will not go down until the engine coolant starts to cool so if it is going down when the engine is hot then you have a bad leak in the reservoir bottle.
The red plastic cover should just pop off, then you will see the head of the terminal bolt. you'll need to remove the braket holding the battery in place, just remember to replace it to hold the new battery still.
I recently changed my head gaskets and exhaust gaskets but now that I put it all together it does not stay running, Do I have my firing order wrong ? Also can I have a picture of how the wires should be placed
All of these need to be checked.
Do and of the lights work?
Put a meter on the battery. Should show 12 to 13 volts
Have someone try to start the car, Does the voltage change?
Yes, you may have a starter problem.
No, you have a switch, cable or solenoid problem
Had cars like that; the path to the gas tank is probably somewhat constricted with bends causing the gas flow to gag at that point.
A '95 Saturn SL2 I owned (what junk, glad I don't any more!) liked having the bend in the fuel spout pointing toward the front to avoid the problem you are having.
You might try rotating spout a bit while fueling to see if you can also find a better path for the fuel.
please remove all extra keys and gadjets from keyring and go through the painful exercise of starting the old girl and once started go for a drive good luk if all goes well replace ignition switch good luck with this answer