draining water from the engine block to put in antifreeze?

Asked by Dec 02, 2013 at 08:55 PM about the 1989 Chevrolet Beretta

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

it is water in the car block and radiator I flushed it in the summer and was going to do it
again and am disabled had a 4 level neck fusion in summer forgot all about it! I feel so
stupid!! But now the serpentine belt is broke. We are looking at o degree weather where i
am at. So got to get the water out of engine and anti freeze in? Any help of where to drain
it at would help? Thank you so much!!

2 Answers

1,855

Take the Lower Hose off at the motor and that should be enough.....that should drain motor and radiator...

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1,855

To put antifreeze back in,since your belt broke, put hose back on pull hose of thermostat,remove thermostat housing,take out thermostat and fill motor from top with antifreeze. good to go...motor fills up with antifreeze.

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