What Happens If You Put Too Much Coolant in a Car?

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If you pour too much coolant into a car it will leak out. As the car heats up, the coolant will seep out and may cause your car to smoke or produce an order. To can remove the excess with a turkey baster.
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1. Open your car's hood and prop it safely open. If the engine is still hot, leave the hood open for several hours to allow the engine to cool down before attempting to add coolant.
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It will not damage your engine, but it will overflow when your engine heats up. Eventually enough will flow out that it will be down to a level it will not overflow any more.
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Nothing serious can happen if you put too much
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Too much laundry detergent can discolor clothes. It will discolor by leaving light spots. It doesn't evenly discolor the load. Also, the detergent may not all rinse out. It can leaves
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