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Spectra Premium is the leading North American aftermarket radiator manufacturer. The new CU radiator is here! Just opened it up and the packaging is perfect! Sometimes you'll see an obvious air bleed, such as a boltlike item threaded into a hose.
If there's an air bleed, open it.
Drain the Coolant
If there are several, open them all. Pour in the required amount of antifreeze slowly until you see coolant oozing out of the open air bleeds. Then close the bleeds and top off the system with the remaining antifreeze and then plain water.
If the system has a heater coolant valve, close it by moving the temperature control lever or knob to cold.
The included radiator is a 3-row design with 3/8" tubes and a transmission cooler hookup. It weighs 5 to 7 pounds less than your stock radiator and has a high performance pound cap. This kit will work on all Mustangs with a or engine and a manual or automatic transmission/5(2). When installing an auxiliary fan or simply wiring the factory fan so that the driver can manually turn the fan on and off, make sure the fan is turning in the right direction. If the fan is not turning in the right direction, air will be blown away from the radiator, and will not help to cool the radiator. To check. Aug 06, does it matter witch way transmission cooler lines are hooked up? I Have a 95 chevy p/u with 4L60e trans.I pulled it and had it repaired now reinstalling it Does it matter witch of the cooler lines is hooked to the upper connect or the lowerer connect on the trans.?
With the engine running at fast idle and warmed up, have a helper move the lever or knob to hot while you listen at the coolant valve. If after the first rush of coolant you hear a continuous gurgling noise, there's still air in the coolant, and you should be prepared to watch the coolant level in the reservoir over the next few weeks. Most antifreeze is made with a base chemical called ethylene glycol.
Green dye is used in most brands, except Toyota, which uses red. Extended-life antifreezes, also with green dye, were on the market until two years ago.
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These two are orange. You can push that to a third year if the engine is all cast-iron.
Cooler Lines for the R4 and R4: On the R4 the bottom fitting on the right side of the transmission is the "out" line to the cooler and the top fitting is for the return line from the cooler. I have mine set up so the line from the bottom fitting goes to the top of the radiator cooler. Then a line exits the bottom of the radiator cooler and goes to a remote transmission filter (screw. Stock radiators aren't designed to handle the increased cooling needs of high performance engines. That's why we offer a big lineup of radiators from the best in the cooling business: Be Cool, Griffin, Fluidyne, Vista-Pro Ready Rad, and more! These direct-fit and universal radiators are built to keep all those extra horses running cool and. Radiator hookup - Find a man in my area! Free to join to find a woman and meet a woman online who is single and seek you. Register and search over 40 million singles: chat. Find single woman in the US with online dating. Looking for love in all the wrong places? Now, try the right place.
Here again, the replacement interval is two years or 30, miles. The inhibitors in orange antifreeze are not chemically compatible with what's in green or red.
However, if you have at least miles on the green, the chemical bond with the aluminum components is "solid. The coolant you drain out should be virtually clear, like the color of water. If it's still green, you have to repeat the process until it's all out. With the radiator and reservoir drained, pour in the amount of antifreeze necessary-there should be plenty of room-and then top up with water.
Follow the procedures we've discussed to ensure a full system. What about "pet-friendly" or "safer" antifreezes made with a base of propylene glycol?
Dec 16, r pressure line question Discussion in 'Transmission & Driveline Topics' started by classicz28, Dec 15, Page 1 of 2 1 2 Next > Are you planning on using a separate tranny cooler or the stock hookup at the radiator? (I haven't decided which way to go yet.) Dec 16, #8. Twisted_Metal Administrator Staff Member Lifetime Gold Member. A relay kit, our part number CCFKRL, will include everything you need to properly wire up your electric cooling fans, with the exception of additional wiring needed to complete all of the circuits. The first part of the installation is to install the electric fan to your radiator, and remove the mechanical fan. Dec 11, Draining the radiator alone normally should remove 40 to 45 percent of the coolant. After the first drain, fill the system as well as you can with water, then warm up the engine and let it cool.
The name brands Sierra and Prestone Lo-Tox will do the same job as ethylene glycol. But they cost a little more and actually require a greater quantity to provide the same freeze protection, and in truth, they're only a bit less hazardous.
They aren't sweet, and consequently aren't as likely to be consumed by toddlers or pets. Don't rely on this, however.
Radiator replacement importance. When replacing your radiator, it is important to understand the root cause of failure: proper cooling system maintenance. It's important to inspect the radiator pressure cap and thermostat for proper operation. The coolant reservoir needs to be inspected for cracks and leaks.
Store all unused coolant, low-tox or not, safely. Dispose of all drained coolant in a sanitary sewer and sweep up or rinse away any spillage. A coolant pump, or water pump, circulates the antifreeze and water mixture between the engine and the radiator.
After the coolant circulates through the engine, the pump pushes it out the upper radiator hose into the radiator, a heat exchanger made of metal tubes aluminum on today's cars to which fins are attached. The fins draw away heat and dissipate it to the air that is drawn through the radiator by fans and the forward motion of the car.
Attach the dash side of the gauge wire to the switch with a female blade terminal and mount the switch to the bottom of the dash.
Run a ground wire on the other terminal of the switch. Use a good ground such as the steering column or the dash mount bolt at the kick panel for the ground.
Any good ground to the frame will work. Now when the switch is turned on it will supply a ground for the relay causing the relay to actuate and turn the fan on. In the event the fan fails there is a fuse inline to protect the wiring.
Purchase an automatic heat-sensing switch at any auto parts store.
It consists of a small square and adjustable relay and thermostat box, a gas filled tube with a sensor on the end and the correct wiring connectors. This works great in that when it is turned on the fan will only operate when the temperature gets to a predetermined figure.
It is a stand-alone unit that is not effected by the computer or anything else. Locate the heat-sensing switch as close as possible to the radiator. Attach the box with the screws provided. Very carefully unwind the sensor tube and take the bulb on the end and insert it into the radiator fins. Just line it up between the cores and push it all the way in. This senses the heat.
Wire it up the same way that the manual unit was wired. The difference is that the manual turns the fans on continuously where this one will allow the fans to operate as temperature requires.