How to Quick Flush Your Cars Cooling System

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How to Quick Flush Your Cars Cooling System

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How to Quick Flush Your Cars Cooling System Learn how to flush and fill the coolant in your car or truck. Keep your radiator, heater core, and engine clean. Flushing your coolant is good for the cooling system to prevent rust and to prevent your car from overheating.
First you drain the old coolant from the radiator, then you fill it with distilled water and coolant flush chemical. Then you run the car. Then you drain the water from the radiator and fill it with 50/50 antifreeze.

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50 thoughts on “How to Quick Flush Your Cars Cooling System

  1. What do I do if on the second drain, after driving with the heater on, it still comes out colored? I let it drain until it stopped both times. I think only half came out both times though. I don't want to go ahead and fill it up because I don't want to have the wrong antifreeze to water ratio. Could anybody give advice? Thank you

  2. You said that the coolent system could take 3 gallons. Assuming you filled it up as you said I don't understand why there isn't 3 gallons coming out when you empty the system? Someone please tell me 😊

  3. So towards the end you're burping the system? And if you've completely filled it up with anti freeze to the required specs as you do, then you know there's no air in the system and you're done burping?

  4. I often see you using PEAK antifreeze when many manufacturers recommended only to use their own antifreeze. Do using a non manufacturer antifreeze damage the cooling system of your vehicle? My car for example recommend only to use a Nissan (green fluid) or my Honda a Honda (blue fluid)

  5. Awesome Video man. You taught me something new today. only challenge I will have changing my own antifreeze is removing the plastics undercarriage under the front bumper. Everything else is pretty much straight forward.

  6. I purchased the same anti freeze that you used in this video, however on the back of the bottle it says it I should use the concentrate when flushing the system and not this product. Will flushing the system with this cause damage to my cooling system?

  7. What do I do if it not all the coolant comes out? My 2011 Jeep Libert with 3.7L uses 14 quarts of coolant and it only drained 6 quarts. I tried letting the engine warm up a little but that didnt help. Also a whole bunch of sediment came out in the drain and flush. Previously the heater core had been replaced and the dealership didnt seal the radiator cap which let all of the coolant bubble out, which is what prompted the flush after filling it up with water.

  8. How often should it be changed? I'm told so many things. 30k miles, 1 yr, told I should have my car flushed even though I have 600 miles on it, yes it is 10yrs old. One mechanic told me to wait till 5k to flush that one, I won't reach that many miles, its a collector car.

  9. I’m pretty sure BMW has its own specific coolant. It’s blue in color and it’s recommended by them. I know because I have this exact car and it has the wrong coolant. 🤷‍♂️ what ya gonna do lol.

  10. I tried flushing a 1999 Chevy Malibu and when I drained the radiator only about a gallon of coolant cane out now, and without realizing that I put the water and cleaner. The system didn’t take the full 3 gallons so I’m not sure what I did wrong. Can anyone help please.

  11. i have no heat coming out of my xterra and when going up hill with in 1 mile the temperature starts ricing. Ive already changed the radiator because it was bad, new thermostat and housing, waterpump its less than 3 months old no signs of leaks. Haven't change the fan clutch and actually after a long ride home i tested the fan while the car was running with the piece of card board and the fan stopped. Maybe bad fan clutch causing the issue?? or maybe air on the system or on the heat core??? could this be the problem of the over heating when i push the xterra to higher RPMS??? please help

  12. Thanks Chris, your videos are very well executed. My girlfriend doesn't know much about mechanic but you make it interesting enough that we watch your videos very often with our morning coffee. Keep going man!!

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