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I do have this problem.on one rad. 1 rad , just the top half part hot, lower half of the rad cold ,I have bled the whole system ,other rads fine except this one?


hi shut of rad both ends drain rad of water , remove red to outside flush red water from garden hose put red on its top then flush out water should be black flush to water is clear put back red refill air out should work now

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How to flush the radiator(cooling system) on 1995 chevy lumina


Wait until motor is cool. remove rad cap and loosen rad drain pet **** under rad. If you can't loosen it or cant find it, remove lower rad hose. let all antifreeze drain. Close pet **** or replace rad hose. Fill with water and rad flush(you can get the flush from an auto supply store or wallmart). Run for the recommended time on rad flush bottle. Wait for motor to cool. Then drain out water. Refill with 50% prestone and distiled water.

Aug 12, 2010 | 1995 Chevrolet Lumina

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Describe your how do i replace 1993 jeep Cherokee radiator


Start steps when vehicle is cold. Drain the rad fluid - located passenger side lower bottom of the rad. When draining remove the rad cap (keep your bucket there for complete job). After empty, the tranny lines must be removed, a tool is available for this - from Parts Source or UAP. They join at the bottom of the rad, after removing (don't break the clips or lose them) keep the lines upright to avoid draining the tranny fluid. Undo the 2 bolts holding the fan shroud, slowly and gently push the shroud towards the motor (do not bend the tranny lines attached to the rad). Then lift up and move to the motor. Undo the clamps holding both rad hoses, drain the bottom hose into the bucket. Undo the 8 screws or bolts (10mm ??) holding the top plate that keeps the rad stationary - the hood latch is connected to it, move it towards the front of the vehicle. Pretend you are dismantling a bomb, one wrong move and you will be replacing more than a rad. Lift the rad straight up, watching everything in the way. With the rad on the ground with the tranny lines pointing upright, spray WD40 on the tranny lines and undo them (inspect for any holes). Be smooth when you do it or you will be buying new ones. Start with last step first when you install new rad.

May 10, 2010 | 1993 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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We had no heat in rads downstairs we changed pump and flushed system no we have heat downstairs but not up any ideas?


Make sure the air is bled from the upstairs rads.
[air = top of rad is cold & bottom hot]

If you need to balance the rads to maintain an even flow through all then :-
Turn off all rads [one valve fully open and the other closed] Get heat going and open each rad valve, in turn, about 1 or 2 turns. Start with upstairs. The position you need to get to is when the return pipe fron each rad is a few degrees below the flow pipe. Adjust each rad valve to get this effect a few times may be necessary

Mar 19, 2010 | Water Heaters

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How to take out my 1993 jeep cherokee grand laredo 4.o radiator. in line six cid


Start steps when vehicle is cold. Drain the rad fluid - located passenger side lower bottom of the rad. When draining remove the rad cap (keep your bucket there for complete job). After empty, the tranny lines must be removed, a tool is available for this - from Parts Source or UAP. They join at the bottom of the rad, after removing (don't break the clips or lose them) keep the lines upright to avoid draining the tranny fluid. Undo the 2 bolts holding the fan shroud, slowly and gently push the shroud towards the motor (do not bend the tranny lines attached to the rad). Then lift up and move to the motor. Undo the clamps holding both rad hoses, drain the bottom hose into the bucket. Undo the 8 screws or bolts (10mm ??) holding the top plate that keeps the rad stationary - the hood latch is connected to it, move it towards the front of the vehicle. Pretend you are dismantling a bomb, one wrong move and you will be replacing more than a rad. Lift the rad straight up, watching everything in the way. With the rad on the ground with the tranny lines pointing upright, spray WD40 on the tranny lines and undo them (inspect for any holes). Be smooth when you do it or you will be buying new ones. Start with last step first when you install new rad.

Feb 02, 2010 | 1993 Jeep Cherokee Country

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I bought daihatsu charade cs model 88..the radiator have large hole..but its not leaking..n still drive the car..any possible might got problem if i keep the old radiator n using the car?


if the rad starts to leak then yes,,keep a close watch on the water level in the rad,,"not in the header tank"
if the rad starts to leak it wont pull water out of the header tank,, keep an eye on the engine temp when driving it,,,also put some rad weld or rad seal in the rad now, that should stop it from ever leaking,,

Nov 15, 2009 | 1988 Daihatsu Charade

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We had to drain down the central heating system due to repairs,we fix repair and flushed out the system,we refilled and vented from the lowest to highest rads, vented pump ,top rad heated,next two rads...


Just fill it up until the water reaches to the highest rads.
With the system running, try venting out the vacuum on
the rads starting from the lowest to the highest until
the warm water will be felt from each rad. Just send your e-mail comments and God bless you.

Oct 15, 2009 | Plumbing

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I need to replace the radiator on a 97 jeep laredo 8 cyl. It looks as if it needs to come out from the bottom. Is this correct?


Good Day;
no the rad is straight up and out: the following is removal of the rad

--access to rad drain **** remove the rad grill
--disconnect electric cooling fan electrical connector, if equipped
--if equipped remove two electric cooling fan mounting bolts. Lift cooling fan straight up until alignment tabs at the bottom are clear of the slots in the bracket at the bottom of rad
--remove the two mechanical (non-electrical) fan shroud mounting bolts, lift shroud straight up until alignment tabs at the bottom are clear of slots in the bracket at the bottom of rad. place shroud over the mechanical fan.
--if equipped disconnect and plug automatic transmission fluid cooler lines, quick connect fitting release tool may be needed. if equipped with a remote transmission cooler, remove the line to cooler from bracket at the bottom of rad.
--disconnect rad upper and lower hoses
--mark the position of the hood latch striker on the rad cross member and remove the striker
--remove the two upper rad upper cross member isolator nuts
--remove the four rad upper cross member bolts and remove the cross member.
--if equipped with air conditioning, separate rad from condenser by removing condenser-to-rad mounting brackets.
--lift the rad straight up and out of the eng compartment.
I hope this helps

Cheers

Jul 09, 2009 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Small rad leak


no rad cap..only reserve ..so yea put it in there and hope it circulates without clogging to the leak and through radiator..good luck

Nov 02, 2008 | 1996 Pontiac Sunfire

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