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Drained old coolent,O/M says it holds 20 qt;s only got 8 qt;s out,engine warms up quick,but heater takes 20/25 mins

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You have to consider that the hose and heater cores hold fluid that will stay in the system so when you drain your radiator the system will hold the rest.If your vehicle has rear heat /ac the system has alot of hose that will hold coolant.There is an option of changeing the thermostat.and once you remove the hose and housing more fluid will be removed.

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