Question about 1995 Chevrolet Cavalier
OK, turn the car off and use a screwdriver to remove the lower radiator clamp and drain it out there into a wide mouth container that holds a few gallons of fluid.
Then, you can replace the lower radiator hose, and fill with a 50/50 solution of radiator fluid (coolant/antifreeze) of your choice (brand wise).
This method is very good for getting a lot of fluid out quickly since the lower radiator hose is rather large compared to just opening the petcock if so equipped.
Posted on Sep 02, 2010
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