Saturday, November 6, 2010

2011 Detail Review Ford-Explorer

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2011 Detail Review Ford-Explorer

Almost everybody who owns a car happens to be very possessive about it's performance and output. Achieving 100% efficiency is the basic factor which they all try to obtain. Gaining 100% of efficiency is not possible but one can maintain his/her beloved ride to such an extent that he remains confident and satisfied while driving it under any circumstances and take the best out of your car.

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2011 Detail Review Ford-Explorer

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2011 Detail Review Ford-Explorer


It is thus prudent to take steps to avoid replacing the unit is possible. Regular coolant flushes are your best ally in keeping your Explorer Radiator in tip top shape. I personally do a complete machine flush of my coolant right before each winter. This not only keeps all my cooling lines and the interior of my radiator as clean as possible, but gives me a good time to check my coolant to make sure it can handle a hard freeze. Use a standard anti-freeze tester that you can buy at any local auto parts store to periodically check the coolant to make sure it can handle hard freezes in your area. If you think the temperature will fall to 20 below, make sure you are rated 20 degrees lower than that - handle 40 below! The alternative is a cracked radiator, or possibly even a cracked engine block.

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