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Airlift II for Coolant Filling


RickyMcGrath

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Was forced to buy an Airlift tool to evacuate all the air out of my trucks coolant system after removing the EGR and flushing the system. Couldn't find one to rent, borrow or a reasonable cost for a mechanic to do it. The tool itself is pretty handy. Hooks to a compressive and uses a Venturi to create a vacuum on the system. After getting 25+ psi of vacuum, you open a ball valve and it draws coolant from your bottle or bucket into the system. I'll upload some pics later.

It is a universal tool and should work on most passenger vehicles.

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Was forced to buy an Airlift tool to evacuate all the air out of my trucks coolant system after removing the EGR and flushing the system. Couldn't find one to rent, borrow or a reasonable cost for a mechanic to do it. The tool itself is pretty handy. Hooks to a compressive and uses a Venturi to create a vacuum on the system. After getting 25+ psi of vacuum, you open a ball valve and it draws coolant from your bottle or bucket into the system. I'll upload some pics later.

It is a universal tool and should work on most passenger vehicles.

I know enough about cars to not make me look like a dumbass lol. Sounds like you had a hell of a project on your hands though.

Jimbo

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