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Old 05-20-2013, 10:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi,

How do I access the radiator cap of the F6 Scrum type dropside? I can only see the reservoir from under the passenger seat ( converter JDM ).

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bro... just remove the black plastic plug left and right under the dashboardjust below the headlight cowl by rotating counterclock... then pull off the cover at the front of the truck just above the bumper ... from there you can access the radiator cap....

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Greetings! I thought as did redhawk, but looking at two near me that have the front panel missing, it is not located there! I will ask my mec today if \I see him.
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Redhawk...thank you! found it... i saw some rust, i'll have this flushed next week when I get back from the farm and put some coolant to prevent further corrosion...
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thanks...

this is to share to everybody the simple flushing procedure my mechanic done on my 2-units:

1. remove radiator cap
2. remove passenger side seat
3. put the hose on the radiator lid opening, water running. have somebody hold the hose
4. pull down the hose (smaller- right side)going to radiator
5. start the engine to flush. normal engine idle only.
6. procedure completed once no air bubbles are present
7. reinsert the radiator hose but bear in mind not to shut down the engine
8. remove the water hose thereafter and observe for bubbles in the radiator
9. if no more bubbles, all is ok
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Greetings! What about the coolant?
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