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    Hi everyone

    I have serviced my radiator a week ago. Now i want to pour a coolant init. I wana ask if zic SK super A will be ok for suzuki khyber ?? What amount should i pour ?? And how to flush the water from the radiator. Sorry I am not that technical. So asking for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vkiiali View Post
    Hi everyone

    I have serviced my radiator a week ago. Now i want to pour a coolant init. I wana ask if zic SK super A will be ok for suzuki khyber ?? What amount should i pour ?? And how to flush the water from the radiator. Sorry I am not that technical. So asking for your help.

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    ZIC coolant would be fine for Khyber.
    You would require about 4.5 liter of coolant if all the system is stock and heater isn't disconnected.

    Buy 4 liter of coolant and just add remaining distlled water in it to fill the system.

    There's a drain bolt in mid of radiator at the bottom tank.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassantahir2 View Post
    ZIC coolant would be fine for Khyber.
    You would require about 4.5 liter of coolant if all the system is stock and heater isn't disconnected.

    Buy 4 liter of coolant and just add remaining distlled water in it to fill the system.

    There's a drain bolt in mid of radiator at the bottom tank.

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    Heater is not working and i have also changed the radiator an year ago. U mean to pour 4 litre can and rest water ?? Will it fill by then 50:50 ratio ?? 4 litre coolant and 4 litre water?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vkiiali View Post
    Hi everyone

    I have serviced my radiator a week ago. Now i want to pour a coolant init. I wana ask if zic SK super A will be ok for suzuki khyber ?? What amount should i pour ?? And how to flush the water from the radiator. Sorry I am not that technical. So asking for your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vkiiali View Post
    Heater is not working and i have also changed the radiator an year ago. U mean to pour 4 litre can and rest water ?? Will it fill by then 50:50 ratio ?? 4 litre coolant and 4 litre water?
    As per Pak Suzuki manual, the coolant capacity of Suzuki Khyber is 4.3L
    However I have tested it two times, after flushing the cooling system with water, only 3L coolant was poured in. The rest of the water remains present in heater matrix, or coolant lines present in engine block. You should remove thermostat valve for proper flushing.
    ZIC is pre-diluted, means you do not need to add water. It's good in a way that you don't have to find distilled water and then make a solution in desired ratio. There are many counterfeit products available in market. Buy it online from the following link.
    ZIC Oil
    As for heater, most of the stupid mechanics remove coolant pipes which go into heater matrix. Also, if your car is missing thermostat valve, the heater won't work properly as the coolant inside the engine block will not reach optimum temperature, or reach it after a long time in winters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedster_101 View Post
    As per Pak Suzuki manual, the coolant capacity of Suzuki Khyber is 4.3L
    However I have tested it two times, after flushing the cooling system with water, only 3L coolant was poured in. The rest of the water remains present in heater matrix, or coolant lines present in engine block. You should remove thermostat valve for proper flushing.
    ZIC is pre-diluted, means you do not need to add water. It's good in a way that you don't have to find distilled water and then make a solution in desired ratio. There are many counterfeit products available in market. Buy it online from the following link.
    ZIC Oil
    As for heater, most of the stupid mechanics remove coolant pipes which go into heater matrix. Also, if your car is missing thermostat valve, the heater won't work properly as the coolant inside the engine block will not reach optimum temperature, or reach it after a long time in winters.
    Thanks for the detailed answer. As what i underatnd is after complete flushing i should pour 4 litre can of coolant only and not water?? Correct pls if im wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vkiiali View Post
    Thanks for the detailed answer. As what i underatnd is after complete flushing i should pour 4 litre can of coolant only and not water?? Correct pls if im wrong.
    It depends on which coolant you are going to use.

    If you are going to use ZIC Coolant then yes you wouldn't need to add water to that because it's pre-diluted from company.

    (Always buy ZIC products from zicoil.pk in market many fake product's are available)

    If it's some other coolant then check what is written on the bottle how to use/prepare it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hassantahir2 View Post
    It depends on which coolant you are going to use.

    If you are going to use ZIC Coolant then yes you wouldn't need to add water to that because it's pre-diluted from company.

    (Always buy ZIC products from zicoil.pk in market many fake product's are available)

    If it's some other coolant then check what is written on the bottle how to use/prepare it.

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    Yes i am going to use zic coolant. Already ordered from the website. Many thanks for the help hassantahir2 and speedster_101

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    @vkiiali and @speedster_101

    always go for pre-mixed coolant. It happened with me some years ago. I bought coolant in which i had to add 50% water.
    We added water but in 6-8 months, there came lots of engine noises which eventually resulted finally into lots of engine work in just 1 year of new zero meter Suzuki Alto

    Culprit was our office "water", actually in my previous office area, there is shortage of water so they have done boring work(well water), This underground water gets filtered at our Reverse osmosis filtration plant of factory & finally comes in tap but even after that it is full of several minerals & organics,It is too high in calcium,magnesium & other salts.

    so this boring water or well water destroy your coolant, radiator & ultimately your engine
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