If you can't find a dump, can search for a local waste disposal. If it's the oil cooler then the oil and coolant are mixing. During this stage, the engine should not be running. Press and hold the 0,0 button located to the right of the instrument cluster. I don't plan to skimp. Fleetguard is a product line from Cummins.
This is a good time to check for coolant migration, a rare but very serious condition effecting the wiring harness. Just tell your vendor that you need G12 coolant because they are all compatible. If you notice a coolant leak, it should be taken care of as soon as possible to avoid damage to your engine. Turn the ignition off and then start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset. Your engine coolant, also called antifreeze, serves several purposes. This drains coolant out of the radiator and coolant overflow tank. If it didn't go down, you got all the air out.
Always use the same antifreeze when topping off, or flush your coolant system completely before switching. Briefly press the double square button located to the left of the instrument cluster. If your radiator doesn't have a drain valve, remove the lower radiator hose to drain the radiator. To refill the engine coolant: For a normal refill, first mix coolant with only distilled water. When the engine in my Oliver was overhauled three years ago the sleeves were badly pitted and that is why I decided to use the Fleetguard coolant. Tap water contains minerals that will collect on the cooling system, damaging the metal and reducing coolant efficiency. Try using pliers to twist the hose and break the seal first, then it will pull off much easier.
Turn the ignition off and then start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset. Turn the ignition off and then start the engine to verify the indicator has been reset. Volkswagen recommends you flush your engine every four years or 40,000 miles. If your coolant is brown, a few things are possible. It helps prevent rust and corrosion in your engine, but is less effective at doing this as it gets old and breaks down.
That is the problem that the Powerstrokes have. During this stage, the engine should not be running! They have access to better radiator flush machines and chemicals, it's easy for them to dispose of the used fluids, and it's relatively inexpensive. If you're in a rush you can remove the hose closer to you, the upper radiator hose, and fill the radiator with a funnel until it's almost full, then use the smaller hose to get more air out. There's usually a list somewhere in fine print that details which factory fluids it can replace. Rubber is rubber, no matter what car it's in. Be careful with the radiator if it is hot. It is replaced by the blue, red or pink, or purple antifreeze.
Leaving the heater on hot won't get the coolant out of the heater core since it's always running through. The difference in cost is just not enough to take a chance. It will turn brown and sludge. Remove engine top plastic cover. Remember, first twist the hoses at the flange to break the seal first.
The parts counter guys may also have a catalog with a cross-reference. Do not drive the car in this condition, immediately change the oil and have oil and coolant flushed. You can use any high spot, I just use this hose because it's very easy to reach and it's high in the coolant circuit. Dealerships are in the business to make money, and at least, toping off the radiator is something you can handle if you are smart enough to get to this website. You can apply low pressure air to the overflow coolant tank to get additional fluid out. It's also possible that there's a tiny leak between the oil and coolant head gasket passage and not the cylinder, which will not effect compression. Attach a drain hose to the radiator drain.
Also remove one of the heater core hoses on the firewall and push the garden hose against the openings to flush out the heater core. Remove the lower radiator hose too and what's replaced will be enough to keep the coolant in good condition. You may notice your temperature gauge reading higher than usual, your heater may stop working, or you also notice steam under your hood. You should replace your radiator hoses and thermostat at 50K, anyway. If the hose clamps are in odd locations that require you to get under the car, engage the parking brake, jack up the front of the car using the factory jack points, rest car securely on jack stands, chock the rear wheels, and make sure the car is safe and secure before doing anything else. First, it keeps things from getting too hot, but also from any water from freezing. A confirmation appears in the display.