Flow is from the line to the tank, so it should flow from the line you are holding. That's why I said quickly plug it back on if it flows so as not to make too much of a mess.
i got green but i tested wrong. i didnt have instructions so i guessed on the test. i turned the car on and held the tube in the coolant tank then it boiled over and the coolant got into the test tube heres my pic its from my cell phone so it isnt too good of a picSo Sub, if it boils before 256, it could be the rad cap? It started to boildat around 230-235.
Anyone else have their block test turn green, not yellow? I think I will have to take it to a rad shop for a bottom line analysis. Thoughts or suggestions welcome.
Thanks for all of your help so far.
It was a car not my damn kids man. I'm over it, I have bought at least another 10 cars after that Deville. I stick around cause I like Cadillacs and owned one of these FWD N* piles of crap not because "misery loves company". If I believed the H/G issues was not "THAT big a problem" and that my case was a rarity I may have bought another. Actually the oil consumption problem was Pi**ing me off too so I wouldn't have bought another:duck:. :cool2:YDestroyer had a head gasket go and is unable to accept it yet. A no start is a head gasket problem to him. He just sticks around because misery loves company and he enjoys seeing others have the same loss he did.