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Hey all I'm trying to flush my radiator and I'm having trouble doing it. I'm really knew to this so sorry if this is completely obvious. Here's a diagram of what I'm trying to do. I fill up my res to prime the pump then I would awesome it would start sucking water out of the gallon of water.

Does the water need to be about the res/pump?

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post #2 of 6
i swear to god i read that as " having trouble flushing poop" doh.gif

clearly the answer to that would be to overclock the toilet.
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post #3 of 6
dude, you're suppose to feed the res/pump by having the gallon of water above and letting gravity do its thang.
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Okay I guess I was getting confused because I had my rad lower than my pump so I thought what's the point of the pump but the bump would push it to the rad if it was above it. Thanks like I said I totally a noob at this stuff.
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post #5 of 6
All you have to do is remember that a pump pushes water not pull it.
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Okay thanks.
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