28pcs Radiator Pressure Tester & Vacuum-Type Cooling System Kit

Radiator Pressure Tester
KA-7230KVM
KA-7230KVM

Model

KA-7230KVM

1.  Contents:
1.1 Specification- Radiator Pressure Tester:
 
No.  Radiator Cap Application
0 Thermometer
1 Pressure Testing Pump with Gauge
2A Connector R123/R124(Black color)
2B Connector R123/R125(Blue color)
3 Mercedes Benz(w123, w126, w124, w201) GM(Buick) Jeep
4 Peugeot, Subaru, Chrysler, Acura, GM(Nova, Spectrum, Sprint), Mitsubishi, Nissan, Mazda, Toyota, Infiniti, GEO, Suzuki, Isuzu, Mercedes Benz)
5 Honda, Toyota, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Chrysler, Acura, Lexus
6 Mercedes Benz (ML-class, W163, W164) GM(achiva, skylark, gramd am-1992-2002)
7 Volvo, Saab, Sterling, Citroen, Renault, Fiat, Alfa, Jeep, Mini
8 VW(Vento, T4, Passa-1996, Golf, Beetle, Sharan)
9 Audi(A4, A5, A6), BMW 345, VW(Passa-1997-2002), Porsche (Cayenne)
10 BMW (E46, E36, E34, E39, E38, E32, E90)
11 Audi, VW
12 Ford Mondeo, International, Land Rover, Opel, Ssangyong motor
13 Mercedes Benz(C-class, E-class, S-class, W140, W220, W124, W210, W211, W215, W216, W221, R230)
14 Ford Mondeo, Focus, C-MAX03
15 Mazda (M3)
16 Mercedes A-class (W168)
17 BMW E60, E63, E64, E65
18 VW Sharan 1.8T2.8
19 Toyota-Rav4, Previa
20 SAAB
21 Lincoln, Mercedes, Mercury, Oldsmobile, Pontiac, Satum, Buick, Cadillac, Chevrolet, GMC, Hummer, International, Jaguar, Land Rover
22 BMW, Mini 2008


1.2 Specification- Vacuum Purge & Refill Tool
 
KA-7230V  Vacuum-type Cooling System Filler Kit
part Advantage
Gauge Could turn almost 180°
Radiator test adaptor Two application provides more accurate fitting
  1. universal cone radiator cap
  2. specific radiator cap
on/off button User select if the air goes



2.  Instruction of radiator pressure tester
2.1 check leakage in radiator system with radiator caps (material-Nylon 66)
Step 1: Remove the original radiator cap while the engine is cold.
Step 2: Choose a test cap suiting the connection type onto the radiator. Screw the cap onto the radiator opening(Fig.1).
Step 3: Connect the pump to the test cap through the quick coupling at the hose end.
Step 4: Pump until pressure is approximately 10~15psi(Fig.2). If the gauge pointer perfectly efficient; if the gauge goes down and no fluid discharges can be located, check whether the engine head gasket is worn. (CAUTION: please avoid the pressure up to the 35psi)
Step 5: Finally, release pressure through the button next to the quick coupling, and put away the device, after removing any fluid or dirt.
 
2.2 Check leakage on original radiator cap
Step 1: Choose the #2A or #2B with available steel radiator.
Step 2: Work the hand pump for few times, and then check the gauge reading for testing leakage. (Fig. 3)
Step 3: Follow the pressure standard shows on original radiator cap.
 

 
 
3.  Instruction of vacuum purge & refill tool
3.1 Purge the air in radiator
Step 1: Please empty water from the radiator as clear as possible.
Step 2: Raise the vehicle bonnet and hand the hook in available position.
Step 3: Connect the universal radiator rubber adaptor provided or suitable radiator cap on radiator. (see fig. 4 & 5)
Step 4: Ensure the switch No.3 is ON, No.7 is OFF. (see fig. 6)
Step 5: Connect air line. Press button “ON” to allow the air goes (see fig. 7). Turn switch No.3 “OFF” when the pressure reaches 20-25 inHG (50-60cmHG) (see fig. 8). Then press button “OFF”.

 
3.2 Refill the Coolant
Step 1: Connect the coolant hose.
Step 2: It is necessary to ensure the No.3 is “OFF” before refilling coolant, then ensure coolant hose is filled with coolant.
Step 3: Turn No.7 “ON” to allow the coolant sucked into radiator. (see fig. 9)
Step 4: The work is done when the needle points will be back to “zero.”

 
Note: Please check if the radiator is fully filled with coolant or not. If not, please fill the coolant by yourself until the radiator is full of coolant.
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