Repairs blown head gasket
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Ends head gasket leak and overheating problems

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Ends head gasket leak and overheating.

Repairs Ends blown head gasket, overheating problem in 3 steps.

  1. Add Cooling System Flush #R1 to your radiator. Shown below

      To begin: Drain coolant out enough coolant so flush cleaner can be added to the existing coolant. Do so with a suction pump or loosen the radiator pet-cock to drain a quart of coolant out. Add the MP System Flush to radiator. Start and run or drive motor for 10 minutes or so.

      Stop motor and use a pan to catch the old fluid as it is drained out. Save fluid and return to the parts store for recycling. You should drain out about 2 to 4 gallons depending on the size of your motor.

      You can do a rinse by refilling the radiator up with water, running motor for a few minutes, then drain out that water. It can go on the grass as its not harmful.

  2. Now Add the two remaining Mega Power items #R2 and #R3 to the radiator. Item #R3 - not shown, is included.

      Begin Step Two this way. After adding #R2 and #R3 to the empty radiator - begin adding at least one gallon of pure anti-freeze and one gallon water - or more, if a v8 motor, in a 50% anti-freeze/50% water combination, as needed - as you continue this step, following this part of the step.

      Put radiator cap on to the first catch - so it is lose. Start motor, turn heater to hot and in a few minutes the motor will heat up and the radiator should become warm. Then top off in the following ways.

      Some cars have an air-evacurator - see your car manual for location. This vent expels air pockets when the system is serviced so you expel air pockets as you add more water to the system to the full point. At the full point coolant will come out. Good - tighten the vent. System is full.

      If not, watch for a bubble to finally hit or bubble at the radiator cap and expel a bit of coolant, then settle down. At that time... with a rag protecting you from hot coolant spray and a hot cap... remove cap

      Add more coolant or water at this point to fill the circulating hot coolant to the top of the cap neck. Replace radiator cap to the full tight position. Add a quart of anti-freeze to the overflow tank - if empty.


  3. If you suspect or been told you have a head gasket problem - do this.

      Have a mechanic remove the motor's valve covers and torque the head bolts a 1/4 turn tighter than they are now.

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      You should make sure your hoses do not have cracks in them. Replace them if older than 5 years old. Make sure your thermostat is good. If in doubt, replace it during the first flush. Rarely, water pumps will leak air in and a basket ball size air bubble will push out that much coolant as you drive. Replace it if suspect. Make sure the electric fans go on -

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      The cleaner product installed, will remove acid - a cause of holes, and scum - both causes of overheating.

      The other two products will provide stop leak and remove air between the coolant molecules, so more coolant will contact the radiator, transferring up to 30% more heat to the outside - for more positive cooling control. This Service last 3 years.


      One, 3 Part Mega Power Radiator Service Kit #RS3
      $40 + $15 s&h= total $55 Two #PS3 Treatments= $70 + $20 s&h= $90 total. Save $20Six #PS3 Treatments+ $180 + $20 s&h= $200 total. Save $60

      Please Note:

      Large equipment and over-the-road trucks require two kits per service. This Product stops cylinder pitting and cavitation in diesel motors. This product exceeds every vehicle makers specs.

      Includes easy-to-follow instructions. My personal phone help if needed. Guarantee.

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