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There are numerous radiator flush products on the market. Most will work well if instructions are followed. if radiator only needs "routine" service, you should have no problems. If it is plugged up, generally it should be flushed by a competent radiator shop or just replaced. You can't clean a thermostat. If the stat does not work, change it. The only problem you may have is either finding the radiator drain or opening it once you find it. You can easily remove the lower hose and get the same result...just don't do it on a hot system.

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