Sorry if you're the most popular guy on this site, but you are
knowledgeable, and your answers show both experience and wisdom. I
I am about to buy (yet) another car, this time for my daughter. I can see
that I immediately need to get busy with a cooling system flush and a
transmission flush. It is a '98 with 136,000 miles on it. While it is not
a Hyundai, my questions involve generic maintenance.
A few questions:
*The car has anti-lock brakes. I would never bother with a brake fluid
change on a car that doesn't have them, but might it be worth it if it does?
*Can a "home flush" with the Prestone flushing tee and more even begin to
accomplish what I need for a cooling system flush or should it be done
professionally (the coolant looks very old)?
*Elsewhere (can't find the posts) you talked about how your worst issues
with oil have to do with oil not being able to get where it needs to go
because of clogged passages. How do I find out how this is working, and is
there anything I can do that might help, per the chance that the oil was not
By and large, the car runs very well and smoothly, which is why I am