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This is a discussion on coolant flush question within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; So my radiator cracked on me,so I ordered a new one tovswap it out, I took out the oem(obviously coolant ...

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    coolant flush question

    So my radiator cracked on me,so I ordered a new one tovswap it out, I took out the oem(obviously coolant drained) but there is still a little bit in the filler by the top mount,how do I get it out because I'm mixing my own formula 50/50 ,but I used to use the premix so that's What is remaining,.is there a way to flush that out or can I Just fill up with no harm done,

    Thanks in advance

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    Just fill it up and burp it a lot. Also make sure to use Subaru coolant and conditioner.
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    ^^^burp the system & use Subaru Coolant & Coolant Conditioner & Subaru Long Life Coolant (it comes pre mixed)
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