Question about 2001 Hyundai Accent
Where do I out the water in an how do I know how much to put in?
If you are trying to add engine coolant to the radiator (which is what I believe you are trying to do) make sure that it is a 50% water 50% antifreeze mixture. If you only add water, it will evaporate quickly and in cold weather it can freeze and blow the radiator. When you are adding your mixture always make sure the car is running (in order to not crack the head of the motor) and if you have a funnel great if not try to get it in as best you can. When you open the hood right near the front (near the headlights) is the radiator and there is a yellow or silver cap. Take that off and that is where you add the mixture. As the car gets warmer it will begin to start bubbling so at that point replace the cap, and later when the car cools refill more. You can also use the overflow tank which should be on the left side towards the back but only fill it to the line that is indicated for hot/cold (it will be stamped somewhere on the plastick overflow tank.
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