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Old 02-17-2012, 02:28 PM   #1
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You can drain a lot of it by removing the hoses, but you might need to bleed it and that requires a special tool. I'd get as much out as I could with a turkey baster, fill it back up and run it for a few days, and repeat a few times.
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You can drain a lot of it by removing the hoses, but you might need to bleed it and that requires a special tool. I'd get as much out as I could with a turkey baster, fill it back up and run it for a few days, and repeat a few times.
un bolt, turn upside down, jiggle and turn the steering wheel a few times
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