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The CRT coolant change is all mechanical which involves removing the crt and disassembling the coolant chamber so it can be cleaned then reassembled and filled with coolant the phillips CRT coolant kit from www.tvrepairworld.com has the coolant and the instructions for the repair on cd

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My thermostat pumped coolant into my intake manifold i changed my thermostat but i put tampoons into where my spark plugs go to **** up the remaining coolant and the strings came off. how do i get them...


without removing the head i don't see u getting them out
i don't understand how thermostat pumped coolant into intake manifold do u mean when you changed thermostat coolant splashed in throttle body if so that little amount of coolant wont matter now if some how cylinders got full of coolant just remove all spark plugs and crank motor over it will push all coolant out and what it didn't would end up in crankcase and oil change would take care of that
but un fortunately now only way to get tampoons out is to remove heads

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Changed coolant and heater quit working


how did you change the coolant? did you remove a hose or just open up the valve at the bottom of the radiator

If you removed the lower radiator hose then you may have induced air into the cooling system

when the engine is cool, remove the coolant cap and start the engine

wait until you have a good flow of coolant out of the reservoir to ensure you have all the air out of the system

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I get an intermittent "Coolant Sensor Bad" The FSM is clear, Bad mean the line to the coolant bottle switch is open.


The coolant sensor and the coolant level sensor are two different sensors. Your message center is showing (coolant sensor bad),not level sensor bad.
The level sensor only monitors the amount of coolant in the container
The coolant sensor senses the degrees of the coolant, which turns on the electric cooling fans. Change the coolant sensor, and the problem should go away.

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If your oil is white looking on the dip stick, you will have serious damage inside the engine.

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Changing coolant instructions


go to this link they have some good pictures. just scroll down to about the middle of the page and you will see the picture links. Yes any coolant as long as its optical coolant for CRTs will work.
http://www.tv-forums.com/forum/TV_Equipment_C4/Projection_TV_Forum_F24/Changing_CRT_Coolant_P15302

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