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I can't remove radiator cap on radiator on 1993 Buick Century.

I turn the cap a notch and I can't remove it by pulling up on it. There seems to be a metal rod attached into the tube. How do I remove it because I need to put some stop leak in the radiator, due to a small leak.
How do I do this?

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Make shore you push down on the radiator cap before turning it antclockwise also very important do not do it when the car is hot let the car cool down and then do it,hope this helps..

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