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Remove the radiator cap, open the drain valve at the bottom tank of the radiator, Drain the content into a container. Close the valve fill in the new coolant to the radiator up to about 20 mm below the rim of the filler. Run the engine to bleed out trapped air. Close the radiator and fill the coolant reservoir with the new coolant.

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