Best Radiator Flush Method Ends 5 Nasty Problems All Radiators Have for Maximum Protection

5 hidden, harmful engine cooling system conditions to remove to prevent costly engine damage

  1. Anti-freeze over 4 years old that has turned acidic
  2. A residue film that holds heat in – like insulation
  3. Internal cracks on radiator and heater hoses
  4. Water pump seal and leaky head gasket that mysteriously lowers your coolant level
  5. Your radiator cooling fan quit running

My method, I use and teach to mechanics is the best way to remove those conditions and avoid the worst day of your life – sitting in your car along side the road, stalled by an overheated motor.

What you should know

Your radiator cooling system coolant always flows with 15lbs pressure – upon it, because that pressure raises its boiling point from 212 degrees, to 250 degrees. That higher boiling point helps keep your coolant in a liquid state, allowing it to absorb greater amounts of heat from your motors combustion area.

This process keeps your motor and transmission at their ideal operating level. When your motors cooling system is clean and all parts are in top shape, the system does the best job of instantly transferring massive amounts of heat your motors combustion process and friction develops, to the outside, cooler world.

A heat activated valve [thermostat] controls [slows] the coolants flow volume as it circulates through the radiator. This slower, precisely controlled flow allows just enough time for the boiling hot, 250 degree coolant to transfer its heat load [heat always goes from hot to cooler areas] to the radiator tubes and fins and then to the cooler air flowing pass them. The combustion zone part of your motor is constantly absorbing 500 plus degrees of heat, which the coolant is constant absorbing and transferring to the outside.

So far, what’s the problem? There’s five of them.

Electrolysis – for one thing, a natural process of decay that eats holes in metal and gasket material, and shrinks rubber seals – and of course, causes leaks. Electrolysis speeds-up when your coolant breaks-down and turns acidic; at its fourth birthday. Acid-loaded anti-freeze speeds up electrolysis and it hole creating.

When a leaks occurs, the 15lbs of system pressure [controlled by your radiator cap] can empty 50% of your coolant out the tiny, new hole in 15 minutes – without your ever knowing it until your motor cooks itself to death – like a roast left in your oven way to long.

I’ll show you an easy way to clean and end those and other problems all at the same time, below.

Well anyhow, as your coolant ages and dis-intricates from heat, acid, and time, a sticky goo forms and coats the entire cooling system. Its acts as an insulator limiting the rapid flow of heat from the coolant to the outside. Your motor and transmission oil begins to run much hotter – heat weakens oils ability to to lube by up to 90%. That is not good! There’s nothing as bad a little extra heat keep inside to kill your engine and transmission day in, day out, I always.

Acids, heat, and pressure harden the inside of your heaters hoses, and radiator hoses. Under pressure, They expand – contract, when cool. This creates internal splits – and become a candidates for leaks. Change the when 5 or 6 years old – your second system flush time.

Ditto for the same problems to the water pump seal. If you lose coolant with no visible leak. The pump seal – from wear will suck in air. Or a failing head gasket will push combustion into the coolant. Either one will form a basketball size air pocket – and force your water out – as steam. A repair is needed.

So, there you have it!

The problem inside your radiator. Now, here is what to do about them.

A company called Mega Power has a product you can order on line – info below, to service your radiator yourself. Three products are involved – each will end one or more of the 5 problems.

You will save your engine and transmission using this radiator service product.

The Mega Power chemistry safely removes the scum in minutes, as it neutralizes the acids – ending those two problems.

The two remaining products pack the coolant molecules closer together – a speedup of cooling occurs and a great motor transmission protection occurs. They add a form of conditioning to keep the hoses and water pump seal pliable. They contain a stop leak that has no particles -as all other product do. If ever a leak occurs- it will stop it without a whimper, as you go down the road of life.

Since no other brand can end all five problems, I feel Mega Power is the best for your radiator cooling system! I think you will too! You can learn more and order the product on line at this link.