Question about Mercury Milan Hybrid
Posted by Anonymous on
First you need to drain all the coolant out. There should be a spot on the bottom of the radiator or a drain plug somehwere located on the vehicle, you might want to look that up. But drain the system, then just run a hose through it and flush everything out, the longer the better, do it until you see a clear stream of water coming out, then just replenish with the correct amout of coolant/water.
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