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      Known for its premium-quality motor oils and additives, LIQUI MOLY recently introduced an AC-system cleaner.
      The powerful cleaning solution is designed to improve the efficiency and lifespan of HVAC systems as well as create a healthier environment inside the vehicle, according to the company.
      Over time, a vehicle’s air-conditioning system accumulates dirt, bacteria and mold, which reduces its effectiveness and increases the risk of malfunctions.
      LIQUI MOLY’s AC-system cleaner solution is specially formulated to remove bacteria, mold and other contaminants from the evaporator and its casing. The AC unit’s ducting is cleaned as well, which is important for removing foul odors.
      Keeping the AC system clean also restores the system to optimal performance, extends the life of the AC components and reduces energy consumption.
      “The AC-system cleaner is an essential tool to properly maintain a vehicle’s HVAC system,” said Eva Tran, LIQUI MOLY USA’s director of marketing. “Our customers trust us to provide high-quality products that deliver real results and our AC-system cleaner is no exception. It’s easy to use, affordable and keeps your vehicle’s interior air healthy and smelling fresh.”
      The LIQUI MOLY AC-cleaning system is available from LIQUI MOLY’s network of distributors and authorized dealers. To purchase the cleaning fluid, ask for part No. 20001 (U.S.) or part No. 22088 (Canada). You also will need the applicator tool, which is part No. 4090.
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      link hidden, please login to view is one of the most important liquids in your vehicle. Brake fluid is what transmits your foot’s movement of pressing on the brake pedal into movement of the friction material at the wheel. It is rarely seen unless you check their brake fluid level or are unlucky enough to have a brake system leak. But your brake fluid is not immortal and needs changed just like any other automotive fluid. Your owner’s manual lists how often to flush brake fluid for a reason, so let’s take a look at how to flush brake fluid. Why Flush Fluid Brake Fluid?
      Just like every other automotive fluid, brake fluid changes as time passes. In the case of brake fluid, it gets contaminated.
      link hidden, please login to view is hygroscopic, meaning it absorbs water. That’s bad because if the water content in the brake fluid gets too high, it might boil under heavy braking. Brake fluid can also become contaminated with rust and copper.  Brake Fluid Flush Preparation
      Before starting a brake flush, you need to take these first no matter which type of brake flush method you choose:
      Turn off the ignition of the vehicle. Using a vacuum bulb or similar siphon, remove almost all of the old brake fluid from the brake fluid reservoir. Leave a shallow puddle of it to prevent air from entering the brake system. Top off the brake reservoir with fresh brake fluid. Lift the vehicle off the ground and support it on jack stands. Never work under a vehicle that is only supported by a jack. A jack is a lifting device only, a jack stand is a support device. Remove the tires and wheels. If possible, remove all four wheels, but you may also flush one wheel at a time. Place a drain pan under each wheel that you flush to catch the brake fluid as it drips. Once these steps are completed, you can move on to the brake flush method of your choice.
      Gravity Brake Flush
      With this method you let gravity do all the work. The tradeoff is that it takes more time than any other method.
      Open the brake bleeder valve on each wheel The brake fluid will drip from the open bleeder valves Keep the brake reservoir filled with fresh brake fluid Wait for the fluid dripping from the bleeder valve to run clear (this may take more than an hour) Once the brake fluid runs clear, close the bleeder valve Top off the brake fluid reservoir if necessary Manual Brake Flush
      This is the method most people think of when bleeding or flushing brakes. One person sits in the driver’s seat working the brake pedal while another person opens up the bleeder valves.
      Have an assistant sit in the driver’s seat Choose a wheel and locate the brake bleeder valve Ask the assistant to pump the brake pedal three times and then hold it down Open the brake bleeder valve to release the pressurized fluid Close the brake bleeder valve Check the brake fluid reservoir and top it off with fresh fluid if necessary Repeat steps 3–6 until the fluid is clear Top off the brake fluid reservoir if necessary Pressure Brake Flush
      Pressure brake fluid tools have become increasingly popular. This brake fluid flush tool uses pressurized air to push brake fluid through the system.
      Read the instructions included with the pressure brake fluid tool Fill the pressure brake fluid tool with fresh brake fluid as directed in the tool instructions Attach the pressure adapter to the brake fluid reservoir  Pressurize the tool as directed in the tool instructions Open the brake bleeder valve to release the pressurized fluid, and allow the fluid to flow until it is clear Close the brake bleeder valve Top off the brake fluid reservoir if necessary Vacuum Brake Flush
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    • By Counterman
      Now part of the Rislone Hy-per premium performance-chemical family, Rislone Hy-per Cool Radiator Cleaner & Super Flush (p/n HFL400) is formulated to remove damaging coolant deposits that build up over time and cause engine overheating.
      It also neutralizes acids and helps prevent the formation of scale deposits for longer system life. Its Heavy Duty Xtreme Clean formula cleans the entire cooling system, removing solder bloom, oily residue, rust and scale.
      “One of the unique elements of Rislone Hy-per Cool Radiator Cleaner & Super Flush is that it includes a water pump lubricant and inhibitors that protect the water pump during cleaning,” explains Clayton Parks, vice president of strategic development for Rislone. “This helps prevent other coolant-related issues from developing due to the flushing process.”
      Rislone Hy-per Cool Radiator Cleaner & Super Flush is fast, easy and safe to use in all cooling systems. It removes deposits and coolant gel for a complete cleaning in about 30 minutes. Another benefit: Clean systems run cooler. Customers can use Super Flush every time coolant is changed, whether for light system flushing or heavy-duty cleaning. Rislone recommends treating systems of up to 16 quarts with one 16-ounce (473-millileter) bottle. 
      For best results, add a bottle of Rislone Hy-per Cool Super Coolant when refilling the system to deliver optimal heat transfer performance.
      Like all Rislone Hy-per products, Radiator Cleaner & Super Flush is made in the U.S.A. For a limited time, get a $5 mail-in rebate with every purchase of Rislone Hy-per Cool Radiator Cleaner. Visit 
      link hidden, please login to view to learn more. Check out Rislone Hy-per Cool Radiator Cleaner & Super Flush, as well as the full Rislone lineup, in booth 3616 at AAPEX, Nov. 1-3, 2022 at the Venetian Expo in Las Vegas.
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