Can I Put Water in My Radiator?

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In most modern cars, you do not put water directly into the radiator; it is placed in a secondary tank that feeds into the radiator. On some older models, water and coolant was added directly to the radiator. However, always wait until the radiator is cool before opening it or adding fluid directly into it to prevent personal injury or damage to the vehicle.
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