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Re: How to flush the head?

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10-28-2012 11:51:21

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Not sure I follow. What valve and pump handle?

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10-28-2012 11:57:14

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 Re: How to flush the head? in reply to DON TX, 10-28-2012 11:51:21  
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Well, I think he was making a bit of a joke - different kind of you think that the same stuff you use to do a radiator flush might work?

I somewhat doubt CLR would do much - probably need some industrial strength stuff to shift that - then there is the risk of loose gunk getting into the water pump and jamming that up. Good luck.


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10-28-2012 12:08:29

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 Re: How to flush the head? in reply to Britcheflee, 10-28-2012 11:57:14  
I had a feeling it was a funny, but I guess it went over my head. (Pun intended). The thought occurred it could just move to another spot. Since the pump is off I hope it would flush out. The radiator flush from Prestone uses sodium citrate and says it isn't acidic. CLR says not to get it on your flesh so I figure it might be stronger. Could be wrong. I'm leaning toward muriatic acid but would water it down. DON TX

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