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Unfortunately, I do not think you will be able to use the flush kit on your car. There are two lines with very short hoses. The one you are looking for is only a few inches long. SORRY.

Posted on Jun 16, 2011

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SOURCE: I have a mitsubishi lancer 2002. The coolant reservoir tank is empty. Radiator is full. I just need to add coolant to reservoir. Do i add straight coolant or does it need to be a 50/50 water/coolant m

It is best to add a coolant mix. You can get it ready mixed, but try to ascertain if your car now has in it green mix or red mix. It is best not to mix these 2 mixes LOL
If you cannot make out what is in there now, just add demineralised water.

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SOURCE: Wheres the coolant sensor located on 2003 Mitsubishi lancer

I am confused your asking for the coolant sensor but showing an 0xygen sensor for the exhuast

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