Only meeeeeeee.... lol
So next job today is changing coolant as again, I don't know when this was last done and it's also running low now too.
Done a search and procedure seems to be:
1. Bottom hose off.
2. Drain until it stops.
3. Bottom hose on
4. Fill with correct coolant (bleed screw in top of rad, safe if rad is new)
5. Start engine with cap off
6. Keep topping up as required
7. Cap on when level starts to rise.
8. Get fully up to temperature (ie fans run)
9. Engine off.
10. Allow to cool, Remove cap, check level, top up if required.
Thanks to DC for original post.
I've read that some people at stage 2 also run a hose straight through (so basically flushing the system right through with cold water) to flush all the crap out as well, before reconnecting the bottom hose?
Is this safe to do? and obviously just using a normal garden hose/water supply? (sorry to sound thick, first time and all that!) but sounds like a good idea as I'm sure mines probably got a lot of crap in it lol
Currently I appear to have red mixture in there, again is red the best to use on a 1.8 TS?