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How to install a freeze plug on a 2004 Suzuki Forenza

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SOURCE: what type of anti freeze should I add?

Suzuki forenza uses Green silica based anti-freeze. If you mix the wrong kind with it, it will gum up your thermostat (90 dollars) and potentially mess with some of the smaller cooling fluid tubes and passages. Not to mention, the water pump is not to fond of gritty fluid. So if you see discoloration in the bright green fluid, better drain it, flush the system out with a garden hose for 5 to 10 minutes, and refill it with new fluid.

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SOURCE: where is the radiator drain plug on a 2004 Suzuki

Not all radiators have drain plugs. If yours does, it will be all the way on the bottom, on one side or the other (not centered). It will be screwed into the lower back (engine facing side). It will be easy to find if it's there. There are only so many things sticking out of the radiator. If not you'll just need to drain it by pulling the bottom radiator hose. Wait for it to cool all the way down. One of the most painful experiences of my life came from rushing the cool down. 17 years ago and I still have scars from my fingers to my elbow. You are NOT in too much of a hurry to let it cool ALL the way. FAR more dangerous than taking off the radiator cap of an overheated car. Be safe.

Posted on Nov 28, 2009

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