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Old 04-28-2011, 04:27 AM   #1
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Windsor cooling volume

Does anyone know the volume of a 1999 Windsor 40' standard side radiator cooling system? Cummins 350

Any specific tips on changing antifreeze to final charge?


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Old 04-28-2011, 05:47 AM   #2
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Have no idea about volume but in changing ours we disconnected the heater hoses at the front "radiator" and blew them out (1+ gal). We "flushed" 4 times until only clean water came out. Suggest at least one gal. of 100% Final Charge (hard to find) so that any residual clear water will not dilute the mixture to less than the 50/50 premix. Book says 40 to 60% mix is OK BUT............
WalMart had a 15 gallon metal wash tub for $9.00 - Volume was pretty easy to figure as "volume out = volume in". The tub is now used for oil changes

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Last time I changed mine I bought 6 gal non diluted HD prestone ( mix with any) and 6 pints of CDA4, three coolant analysis strip packages (9 total strips) and one gal of Restore plus to flush. I had a little left over DCA4 and antifreeze. Follow directions.
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