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Re: Coolant Flush
Yes it is still "dirty" after the drain and fill, but that has nothing to do with the lubricating properties of the fluid. The old fluid loses its lubricating properties, and that's why you change it out...not because it's dirty. The reason you don't flush is because when you loosen up that dirt in the flush, some of it gets trapped in the valve body and causes problems. It's best to just let the deposits stay where they ended up in the first place rather than stirring it up and letting the stuff get lodged where it should not be.
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