thing is, i haven't spent too much money on mine aside from the carPC and the intake. the rest is just a lot of elbow grease and the TLC this car deserves.morbo said:This is one of the sickest Legends I've seen.
Mad props, I miss mine so much every time I see people spending money on their's
The flush is REALLY easy, and it gives you an excuse to drive it around after each flushShaar said:thing is, i haven't spent too much money on mine aside from the carPC and the intake. the rest is just a lot of elbow grease and the TLC this car deserves.
next on my list is to flush the coolant. i'm a little over on the 30k maintenance and i am going to baby this thing for the rest of its life. No BHG for me! should i do the flush myself or should i pay for it to be done? i live at an apartment but have access to my parents garage/driveway.
ok so i drain it through that... where do i dispose of this stuff at? and what coolant should i fill it back up with? and after i drain, plug, then refill... i drive around correct? then come back and drain it, plug, then refill again? i could have sworn i saw a diy on here somewhere.. i'm gonna go look for it.Ballistic said:Can't wait for the final install. I'm sure it will have a very OEM look.
Suggest you flush the system yourself... very easy! Shortcut: unplug the coolant hose next to the oil drain bolt, you can drain 100% of the system from it.
There's a couple places in SLC you could go to. There's a 3-level parking structure at the Institute at the U that is pretty empty on the weekends, and it's always open. LMK if you go!4cruizn said:I'm lovin' it. Great pictures, and the car looks fantastic. I wish I could find a parking lot like that. :2cool:
thats basically a drain/refill service u get at the dealer.Shaar said:thank you for your help! i might do this today if weather permits! would it be ok if i just drained it all, plugged it, then refilled it? or would this still pose risk of a BHG.