Question about 2006 Fiat Pininfarina
I have a Fiat Sciento, when I went out in the morning my water was frozen in the engine cooling tank.
I put some hot water in it and the ice melted and I drove off.
After a few minutes my Water boild and I had to stop, I replaced the water but the water warning sign is stil on.
I was just wondering why is that. Also how to flush the water coolant?
How to check if the icey water done any damage to my engine or the radiator?
You need water and antfreeze half and half 50/50 mixture. If damage to the raditor,it will leak outside. If damage to the engine it will leak either outside or inside into the oil,and the engine is usually badly damaged. I hope you replaced the water with the antfreeze in time.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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