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In a message dated Sat, 6 Jul 1996 19:41:26 -0700 Benny writes:
>Is it true that one never needs to flush the anti-freeze in a 92 S4? I was
>reading in the
>owner's manual and it mentioned that the anti-freeze need never be changed.
>Mine is the color
>of the Hudson River, a murky brown. Can anyone shed some light on this
>Thanks for any input.
I had the same question for my dealer regarding my S4. The manual does *not*
say anything about flushing the cooling system, while my 1990 CoupeQ says you
*should* do it every two years, with the brake fluid.
The dealer stated that it was not necessary, so I left it at that. But I
intend to flush the system soon, as I have done with my Caprice. My Caprice's
radiator lasted 5 years, and the heating core has *never* leaked or failed.
(knocking on wood now!) It's ten years old, with more than 325,000 miles on
I really think that one should replace fluids in the car, as they can get
contaminated after a while, and therefore help save, or lengthen the lifespan
of moving parts within the system.
Hope that helps...
1986 Chevy Caprice