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Old 09-17-2008, 04:04 PM
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time to flush radiator- 2000 F150 / 4.6

Its time to flush the radiator & change antifreeze.
Any tips or hints would be great.
Bought some prestone radiator flush...is there anything else that would help?
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For the mess and trouble I would go to the quick lube and let them hook the flush machine up and it will completely remove the old and replace with new in about 15 mins.
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how much does that run??? sounds like not a bad idea...
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