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Where do I add the coolant to my 2004 KIA sedona?Thanks..

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You add coolant to your reservoir/ to make sure you have enough open the radiator cap while it is cold put coolant/ water 50/50 mix put in fluid then have some one turn vehicle on stand back and then let the system burp itself it will bubble then you will know if you need any more mix. then close cap and you should be ggood to go/ Please rate my response thank you very much

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