When performing an engine-off coolant service, there are two methods. The first is a fast and easy vacuum and fill through the radiator cap (either on the radiator or the pressurized coolant reservoir). The second is a more thorough flush service through the upper radiator hose. On some newer vehicles, accessing and connecting to the upper radiator hose can be difficult and time consuming. In this video, I'll show you how you can still perform the more thorough flush service with a simple connection to the pressurized coolant reservoir, also referred to by Ford as the degas bottle. Click here to see our available coolant adapters.
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If the C-VAC3 is slow or stops flushing, but the motor and air still operate, please follow these procedures to clean out your machine. DOWNLOAD
There are a number of common issues that can surface over time with the transmission machines. Find your closest symptoms and the column they belong to, and follow each page in the column. If after completing all tests and the machine still doesn’t function as desired, please contact Technical Support at 1-800-303-5874 ext. 2613 for further assistance. DOWNLOAD
Welcome to the new Flo-Dyanimcs Service Center! As we launch the updated version of your site we have revamped the service center to be more helpful and more informative. Here we'll be updating you with the latest resources and tech support. Stay tuned for more updates! Sincerely, the Flo-Dynamics® Team BACK TO RESOURCES