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How long does it take to change a radiator support system?

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With a good mecanic, about a hour and a half....

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I have a 98 gmc jimmy and its overheating. I have already changed the thermostat, temperature sensor. My water pump is less than 6mos old and I changed my fan clutch same time as water pump. I see lots of...


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Your car's radiator and cooling system needs to be clean to be cool. As time goes on, your car's radiator builds solid deposits that can clog the cooling system. A quick, inexpensive radiator flush can keep the system in shape. It's important to change your antifreeze seasonally. Before you start your radiator flush, make sure you have everything you need. There's nothing worse than draining your radiator only to realize that you need to drive to the auto store for something!
What you'll need to perform a radiator flush:

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*Be sure to let your engine cool completely before you loosen or remove the radiator cap. Hot coolant can be painful!

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