|Item Weight||14.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 7 x 7 inches|
|Item model number||24610|
|Manufacturer Part Number||24610|
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- Saves time and eliminates spills and mess
- Includes threaded cap and adapter for newer GM threaded style radiator openings
- The spill-free funnel eliminates trapped air pockets which usually cause erratic cooling system and heater performance
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I am a Hyundai Tech and have been for 11 years. Good tools are not just part of my job, they are part of my life.
This product is the best thing you can have when you want to change your coolant, thermostat, radiator, or even just topping off a system. You just fill the radiator,preferably when it is cold, but if you have to do it hot, be very careful because the chance of getting burned is very high, and let the funnel fill to 1/4-1/2 full- let your engine run, and turn on the heat inside, until it is at operating temperature and the thermostat has opened* and the cooling fans come on. It is suggested to run it until the cooling fans have gone through 2-3 cycles. Don't forget to fill the overfill tank to the proper level. The proper level will be molded into the tank or labeled as such. To do this you simply stick the plunger into the funnel and remove. You can control the flow of the coolant with the plunger to fill your overflow tank precisely. There is one thing you should know, sometimes the funnel comes off hard so this is why it is wise to keep the amount of coolant in the funnel low. This only happens when you jam it into the adapters. Normally a little twist and pull will remove it. Some coolant will spill when you remove the adapters(except for the black spin on one unless you overfilled) but it is a small fraction of what would spill without using this funnel.
I would recommend this to anyone who owns a car.Read more ›
Once the old coolant is completely drained & you have replaced the radiator cap & drain cock valve as needed, fill the system up with the air release valve in the "open" position. This way you allow the coolant to push the air out of the engine block to minimize air bubbles getting trapped in it. Once the coolant starts to seeping out, close the valve (12mm wrench on Acura/Honda). Mount the funnel full of coolant to the top radiator with the correct adaptor, then run the engine at approximately 2000 rpm until the cooling fan kicks in, then just stand back & observe if there's any air bubbles burping thru the funnel.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a replacement for my old one. I am missing some of the adapters from my old one and decided to buy another one. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Ken Ferkel
Works perfectly. Built a custom water/oil cooler for my track car and used this to flush and replace the coolant. As advertised, there was 0 spillage. Read morePublished 1 month ago by A. Brewster
Don't waste your money on this, bought to use on my 96 dodge ram, doesn't fit the radiator, Tried it on my 90 Nissan pickup and Isuzu rodeo and also couldn't find any of caps to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer