Save you're money and keep that stuff out of your cooling system as well.i'll go to Baliese tomorrow and get some sealer tabs.
Haha i guess mine dident come with that option. I dident bother with the stuff, so yeah, just coolant. I finaly got all the air out of the system tho, after trying for forever.
Your call if you use it or not.Haha i guess mine dident come with that option. I dident bother with the stuff, so yeah, just coolant. I finaly got all the air out of the system tho, after trying for forever.
I will flush it once a year, and just do that. That works just fine i think. And today i noticed something... People dont really respect these cars much i LOVE this car and love driving it, but alot of my friends and family and strangers regard them as junk! (or expect me to be a 90 yr old woman)
Once a year is overkill, and there's no need to flush it. A simple drain and fill every 2-3 years is all that's necessary.
Thanks! Intresting name by the way
Lol, thank you.
Its funy you say that because most of the people who say that to me drive altima's and i dont really care i LOVE this thing, its a great car! i just found out it was in a collision. they did good fixing it tho, i cant tell.
So i am curious... The caddy is running great, plenty of power, no smoke, nothing... But i keep seeing bubbles in the overflow tank... It might be because theirs alot of water in the coolant.... like i think most of it is water, its a very large cooling sstem i would imagine. Also when i shut it down and check under the hood, i can hear gurgeling... Is this the water boiling? Or should i be worried?
Bubbles in the tank mean one of two things. Either the cap is not holding pressure and your coolant (water) is boiling or you are introducing "air" (exhaust gases) via the HG. Either way, you should be worried and diagnose it.
Well the system was empty when i got it, and i filled it with water to get it home... I couldent burp it, and still havent. i'll probably start with that. god i hope its not a head gasket...
Burp it? Just fill the radiator to the top when cold. Fill the recovery tank to the full cold mark and it should take care of itself unless you have problems. What does your radiator cap look like anyway? They are cheap. The rubber seal will crack over time and won't hold pressure. I'd probably just get a new one.