Question about 2003 Chevrolet Venture Passanger
Can't seem to remove my rad cap from radiator
Sometimes because of lack of maintenance to the cooling system this occurs. I don't know the exact type of cap on your vehicle but, usually the cap on a radiator is removed in two steps. The first is to unlock it which is what I'm about to explain. We professionals have a tool for this but, I suspect you do not. If you're handy, and I mean no disrespect but you have to have a certain touch with tools, use a pair of slip joint pliers to turn the cap while and not before pressing down and retaining pressure on it. Do not try to turn the cap without applying downward pressure. You may have a great deal of resistance but do not squeeze the cap too tightly as you will break the neck of the radiator.
Posted on Apr 17, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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