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  1. Join Date
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    #11
    Try the Lavramon service (kay Autotechnika meron... and i think kay JP Wheels in Paranaque din). Cleaning only the radiator won't be much help as the sludge will also be inside the engine cooling channels (*where the coolant runs through in the engine block) so once you clean the radiator, chances are it will get dirty again.

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    #12
    Dallas Caltex in Tomas Morato also offers Lavramon. Dont know how much they charge.

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    #13
    Quote Originally Posted by raine View Post
    Try mo pa overhaul ang radiator mo, saan ba ang loc mo kasi sa cavite city rad overhaul 350petot only, incl rem/installation ng radiator, tanggal cover taas at ibaba, sundot lahat ng water lines (alis bara). man hours 3.
    last week po nag palinis ako ng radiator, cost 700pesos, near sta. lucia mall.

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    #14
    just do it yourself, buy oxalic acid in any of those mercury drug outlets

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    Sep 2007
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    #15
    try using turco you can buy it at the local hardware store

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    #16
    What does oxalic acid do? And how are you supposed to use it?

    Turco, isnt this a brand of rust converter?

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    #17
    Quote Originally Posted by shampooking View Post
    just do it yourself, buy oxalic acid in any of those mercury drug outlets
    Quote Originally Posted by morco View Post
    try using turco you can buy it at the local hardware store
    care to teach us how to use these?

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    #18
    May radiator flush na ba Turco? Alam ko meron sila rust converter, pero its meant to be painted on a metallic surface, not poured.

    Hindi rin ako familiar sa oxalic acid.

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    #19
    it's not a radiator flush your right as it is a rust converter but it it is a good product used as radiator flush, use it only as a cleaning agent flush out after administed not intended to be left inside the radiator

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    May 2007
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    #20
    Quote Originally Posted by shampooking View Post
    just do it yourself, buy oxalic acid in any of those mercury drug outlets
    oxalic acid, di ba yun ginagamit sa pampaputi ng damit?

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