[DML] Re: Fluids changes
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[DML] Re: Fluids changes



IMHO it is not a great idea to drive to the Spring Social and attempt
a fluid change. What are you going to do if you break off a bleeder
screw? Or maybe blow a seal on the master cylinder. You won't be
driving home, that's for sure! Get your car ready BEFORE you go so you
know you will be driving it home too. The Spring Social is a great
place to learn more about your Delorean but only very minor stuff
should be done there. It is not meant that you limp in and expect
others to fix up your car for free. Besides, parts you may need may
not be there to do it anyway. Door adjustments, inspections, and other
minor stuff are about all that can be done in the limited time
available for each person. BTW one of the MOST IMPORTANT things you
can do to prepare the car is to CHECK YOUR TIRE PRESSURES!!!!.
Checking all of the fluid levels is also important along with all of
the lights.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757


--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Marc Levy <malevy_nj@...> wrote:
>
> It is not often that I disagree with Dave, but.....
> 
> A mechanic that is not familiar with the DeLorean may
> not know the bleed points in the system.  If the
> system has too much air in it, the water pump may not
> circulate the coolant and you will quickly overheat
> the engine.
> 
> If you do have a local mechanic that is unfamiliar
> with DeLoreans do the work, I suggest you try and
> educate them on (at least) where the bleed points are.
> 
> Hopefully we will see you at the DMA Spring Tech day
> on April 21 in New Jersey, and you will have a few
> dozen folks willing to show you the locations of the
> bleed points!  
> 
> http://www.deloreanmidatlantic.com/events/social07.htm
> 
> Bring some GTLMA and Coolant/Distilled water with you.
>  Maybe we will have time to do it at the shop that
> day.
> 
> 
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