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Which side of where the bypass hose connects should i put the garden hose?
Also, since this is being done with the engine off, will the hose flush everything or will some coolant remain. One concern I have (besides wanting to get as much of the old out as possible) is the flush solution i have is meant to be run through the system with water not coolant.
What do you think about temporarily hooking up two small hoses to each end of where the bypass hose connects and connecting the the two hoses with the tee. Would I be able to flush the system while the car is running with such a setup?
So is it not a good idea to do it while running the engine because I'm not connecting the tee to the heater core inlet hose, or are you saying you think the flush kits instructions to run the water from the hose while the engine is running is a bad idea in general?