How Do I Add Coolant to My Car?


Radiator coolant and antifreeze are added to a reservoir of your car, which holds them until they are pumped into the engine's actual radiator. The cap of this reservoir is usually clearly marked. If you don't have the owner's manual and can't find the correct location, any auto parts store or garage employee should be able to help you. Pour the coolant in carefully to the fill line.
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To add coolant to you're car you should always make sure that its not hot because the water will be very hot and burn you when you're taking the cap off the radiator. Just pop open the radiator cap and add the coolant until its topped off, then run the engine while adding water.
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