4.9.3. Washing and filling of the cooling system
Fig. 2.70. Arrangement of traffic jams of drain openings of the cooling system: And — a stopper of discharge of liquid from a shirt of the block of cylinders; B — a stopper on the lower tank of a radiator
Put under the car capacity for discharge of cooling liquid. Install temperature switch handle in salon in situation "CHAUD" (heating). Turn out a drain stopper of a radiator (fig. 2.70)
under the lower tank on the right and substitute capacity under the merging liquid. Merge liquid from a broad tank.
Fig. 2.71. An arrangement of traffic jams for removal of air from the cooling system: And — a stopper on the inlet pipeline; B — a stopper on a head of the block of cylinders
Turn out traffic jams for removal of air from the cooling system which are on the inlet pipeline and on the left side of a head of the block of cylinders (fig. 2.71)
Turn out a drain stopper on the block of cylinders (fig. 2.70, A)
. After the end of discharge of cooling liquid wash out a large amount of water the cooling system. Fill in water for washing in a bulk mouth of a radiator, previously having established into place, and then having turned off drain traffic jams. Wash out a broad tank. Establish into place a drain stopper of the block of cylinders, then a radiator stopper. Apply a sealant layer on a stopper of the block of cylinders.
Fill in cooling liquid through a radiator mouth in the small portions until it begins to follow through openings for removal of air from the cooling system. When liquid follows from openings without vials of air, wrap traffic jams in openings for removal of air.
Fill a radiator to the maximum level and establish into place a stopper of a bulk mouth. Fill a broad tank to a tag "MOVE". Launch the engine and warm up it up to the working temperature. Stop the engine and let's it cool down. Check the level of cooling liquid in a radiator and a broad tank; in case of need add liquid to the maximum level. Again launch the engine and repeat the above described operation until levels of cooling liquid in a radiator and a broad tank are not stabilized.