Question about 1991 Honda Civic
I just changed my radiator on my 91 honda civic hatchback. Before I changed it a few weeks back, I used barr's leak. There is still some in the reserves container. Is there a way to take this out so I can clean it out or anything else I can do? I can see inside that there is some antifreeze in there mixed with the barr's leak. My new radiator works fine and is filled, but I didn't put any antifreeze in the reserves. Thanks
First off there should be one or two bolts on side or bottom if there is one remove then it will slide straight up. yes you want to clean it out with a house or in bath tube because it can cause plugs and other problems with new parts. let me know how it goes any more que. get back to me.
Posted on Jan 18, 2009
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