Posted by herk on November 18, 2012 at 19:04:55 from (126.96.36.199):
Hello I recently bought a 445 ( steam from radiator) was useing it today as it warmed up pushed water out the over flow (no bubbles in rad ) felt the bottom hose (cold) so radiator is pluged , pulled off bottom hose made a adaptor put on a garden hose to back flush seamed to be fine rust in rad. I ran it after and no problems, but I know the radiator is not clean , I hate to have to take the radiator off, will radiator flush clean this?? will Distilled white vinegar hurt the radiator ??, I have used this to free stuck engines in the past and it worked great. how about muratic acid. Just some ideas I thought that I would run past you guys and hope for a easy fix.. Thanks Bryan
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