How do you back flusf a heater core & the radiator? 1994Corolla 1.8l

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Asked by Dec 25, 2011 at 06:56 PM about the 1994 Toyota Corolla DX

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the radiator needs to be opened up and there is or might be one or two screws below the radiator.once you flush it,put the radiator back on and fill it up with radiator fuel/coolant/water....make sure there aren't any leaks... and here's a link to unclog the heater core http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dcL_0TWeZJY

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they all have flush valves under the parts...just look for them...

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RADIATOR FILL WITH FUEL?!?! Tousif ARE YOU CRAZY OR PLAIN IGNORANT!?

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THERE IS A FLUSH VALVE JUST UNDER THE RADIATOR, ENGINE OR WHEREVER, JUST LOOK FOR IT AND YOU'LL FIND IT... REPACING WITH FUEL?! WY INCLUDE GASOLINE ARE YOU MAD!?!?!?!?!?! READ INSTRUCTUIONS THATS WHY EVERY CAR COMES WITH A USER MANUAL!!!

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When I said fule I meant coolant, my bad, sorry.

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oh,sorry bout that...

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hey sry joseph my bad, M tousif btw....i just keot on typing n by mistake i wrote fuel.n sry but m not crazy enuf to put fuel inside the radiator

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apology accepted

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