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To be honest, I'm not certain there's a procedure for flushing just the core.
I kind of devised my own system/procedure for doing it.
I use an intercooler pump from a SVT mustang, disconnect both heater hoses and install the pump in line. I use a small degas bottle (SVT mustang also) add flushing solvent and some water and supply the pump power. Once it starts flowing, add fluid until it's closer to the full line in the degas. Let that run for awhile.
Then remove this cobbled together system, and hook a garden hose to one of the hoses. Turn it on, let it run.
Switch the garden hose to the other heater hose, let it run.
Hook up system, fill and bleed, hope for the best.
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Ford Senior Diesel Technician
2008 F-350 4x4 Off Road 6.4 Powerstroke Diesel
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