easiest power flush method on 2002 Buick LeSabre

to be used at home

by in Clearwater, FL on March 03, 2013
2 answers
ANSWER by on March 03, 2013
Power flushing is done at high pressure Power flushing is done at high flow rates (around 100 liters per minute) but at low pressure. It’s actually done at much lower pressure than sealed systems normally operate under. Power flushing happens at around 1.0 bar, whereas your system can be pressurized to up to 3.0 bar (not that it should), and normally operates at around 1.5bar. For open vented systems, the pressures are nearly the same. It's actually a very safe and effective procedure, if done by a professional. maybe this web can help you .www.hobd2.com
ANSWER by on March 04, 2013
seek prof help that has a prof mach that can do this for u

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