Question about 2003 Chevrolet Suburban 1500
I need to flush the coolant on my 2003 Chevy 1500 Suburban. I have done this in the past on other vehicles. However, I cannot locate the pitcock-sp? valve on my Sub.
Is there a way I can do it myself? or does it require a dealer type apparatus?
I see no problem you doing this yourself. First i would pour some coolant flush in it and run it a couple of days, secound instead of useing the pip **** to drain it, when its cool remove the bottom radiator hose from the radiator and drain it that way, its faster and you will get more out of the engine block that way, (unless your going to pull the block drains.) Just make sure you get it full when you refill it so you don't get any air pockets in the system. What i do is pull the thermostat and fill the engine block from there and reinstall thermostat and then the radiator that way i know that i did not get any air in the system.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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