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Join Date: Aug 1998
Location: the Seasonally Frozen Wastelands
Re: Water Jacket Cleaning
Thousands of years ago, a buddy of mine had a crusted-up 383 Mopar. He discovered acid-in-a-bottle sold for cleaning automobile cooling systems. Hydrochloric? Sulfuric? I don't remember. Flush the coolant, dump the acid into a cold cooling system, run the engine til it gets warm, drain the coolant. Flush again, refill, check for leaks.
The bottle suggested changing hoses and water pump after using it.
I don't imagine OSHA or the EPA approved of this.
For the good of the Free World, DEMAND COMPENSATION FROM CHINA for their release of an engineered virus from their Wuhan laboratory. Two trillion to start with, increasing as needed from there.