2000 Nissan Frontier @ 148,795 Miles
Out: Nissan 999MP-AF000P Long Life Antifreeze.
In: Nissan 999MP-AF000P Long Life Antifreeze.
Upper/Lower Radiator Hoses Replaced. 21501-3S500/21504-3S500 Hoses. Heater Hoses replaced as well; 92400-3S500/92410-3S500 and 21513-3S500 Hose Assembly-Water.
2002 Cadillac Seville STS with 4.6L Northstar. 152K miles.
Out - Unknown
In - Prestone All Makes - All Models (Dexclone)
Upper radiator hose had to be replaced. With what I have had to add until I could get to this plus do the drain and fill I have probably replaced 90% of the coolant.
2003 Chevrolet S-10 4.3L V-6 w/56,000 miles.
OUT: Rusty looking GOK (God Only Knows)
SUSPICION: Dishonest seller topped of reservoir with fresh Dex-Cool.
FEAR: My friend may have bought a truck with a bad head gasket or coolant leak.
WHY: The reservoir was full and red the day he bought it and empty a day later.
FLUSH: 2 X Garden Hose using Cascade dishwasher detergent 'til clear.
IN: Dex-Cool @ 50%
NOTE: 13.9 gallon cooling capacity on that puppy. More if it was a manual.
CONCLUSION: We shall see.
Drained out all Coolant from 2002 Honda Accord V6 3.0.
1) Unscrewed the bottom drain bolt...
2) Removed the bottom Radiator Hose.
3) Ran this through system to make sure all old coolant was out ( Freezetone )
Its basically Water
Antifreeze Type Compatibility: all brands
Contains Corrosion Inhibitors: Yes
Contains Ethylene Glycol: No
Contains Lubricant: No
Contains Stop Leak: No
Lubricant Type: No
Manufacturer Warranty Compatibility: No
Radiator Material Compatibility: all cooling system metals
4) Removed Coolant reservoir and Cleaned and filled with Honda Type 2 Blue Coolant.
5) put back the drain bolt and put back bottom radiator hose.
6) Filled system with Honda Type 2 Blue Long Life Coolant.
7) Used Coolant Funnel Spill-free kit that gets all the AIR OUT.
Hondas are can IDLE funny if there is Air in the Coolant.
8) Filled the reservoir up to the Cold / Full Line and then turn on and with heat that was already on, however this time I set it on HOT b/c it was on COLD...
Then saw there was no leaks and drove it and came back it the reservoir was on FULL / HOT