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Need to put antifreeze in my 2003 toyota celica

I cant find where to put the antifreeze in? not seeing anywhere to put in the fluid? I see oil, windsheild fluid, power break sterring and everything but antifreeze?

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  • kdurk53 Jan 18, 2009

    straight into the radiator is looking like the option cause we do not see a cap. All the other fluids have caps but to fill the antifreeze.

  • kdurk53 Jan 18, 2009

    Now we just have to find the radiator? there is no guide to show where anything is or how to do anything on my car with it! It has plastic hiding all the under neath things!

  • Eric Murphy
    Eric Murphy May 11, 2010

    Does the radiator have a cap on it. Not all vehicles have an overflow tank. That being said the fluid probably goes straight in to the radiator

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You need to remove the plastic cowling piece on the passenger side of the engine compartment (it has the clip to hold the hood brace attached to it). If you pop up the little plastic clips that hold it down (carefully with a flat screwdriver) the plastic piece will lift out. The anti-freeze reservoir is underneath it with the fill port. The plastic piece covers the cap for the fill port and you can't see it until you take the cowling piece out.

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Yeah that seems like the best course. If u are looking for a way to completely drain it, there should be a plastic plug on the bottom of the radiator, it should be accessable without removal of items, there could be a skid plate it the way, if this is the case you will have to remove this to do so. Make sure you have the correct fill spec, as i said before there is no overflow tank, overfilling could cause over pressurization and cause the cap to blow.

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