Universal Radiator Pressure Tester Kit





  • This tester kit is used for checking the radiator to see if any water leaked because of the body or the connector not fitted properly or any broken. It is tested through pressure increase by using an adapter for closing the master or second inlet of the radiator then pushing the manual pump by hand.
No.0: Needle Thermometer
No.1: Manual pump with quick joint & release valve
No.2: Universal adapter with 3 rubber rings (used for cars not listed on Nos. 3-5) (See Fig.1, 2, 3)
No.3: Japanese R123 adapter- suitable for Benz, GM (Buick) & Jeep
No.4: Japanese R134 adapter- suitable for Peugeot, Subaru, Chrysler, Acure, GM(Nova, Spectrum & Sprint), Mitsubishi, Nissan, Mazda, Toyota, Infiniti, Geo, Suzuki, Isuze & Ford
No.5: Japanese R125 adapter- suitable for Honda, Toyota, Suzuki, Mitsubishi, Chrysler & Acura

  1. According to the type of car, choose a suitable adapter and screw it in the inlet of radiator then have the manual pump pressure increased to 15-20PSI and stay the level 5-10 minutes for checking. If the pressure in the meter lower automatically, then check the body of radiator or the connector joint to see if any leaked. If the pressure is kept same, then the radiator is in good condition.
  2. Before using no. 2 universal adapter, be sure to clear up the inlet of the radiator then check its size and chose an appropriate rubber ring to fit then screw securely to the inlet of the radiator. Before loosening the adapter and the manual pump, be sure to leak out the pressure to prevent the water coming out from the radiator.