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Old 10-26-2009, 06:40 PM
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mark can you send me a copy, thanks



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there was a post about vc-9 a day or so ago that I provided the flush info for. do a search for vc9 and read that. also simple green or cascade both work well. do not use any soap/ cleaner that foams. I would advise to take the radiator and have it flush at a radiator shop. Also if the heater core can not be cleaned is should be replaced. they not bad like $80.00 for them and easy to install
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copy of coolant flush procedures

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"TSB 08-23-1 6.0L DIESEL COOLING SYSTEM CONTAMINATION FLUSH PROCEDURE" is interesting resding. If you would like a copy, I can send it to you.
i would greatly appreciate a copy of the coolant flush procedures..thank you!

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