Question about 2003 Toyota Highlander
When cold, level is below the ''low'', covering only about an inch or two of the overflow tank. i drove it about 3 miles to the dealer where it registered above the low line. the dealer said it was fine, the further i drive, the higher it will go. i had the radiator flushed and filled in oct. 08. prior to that the level was never below ''low''. do i need to add more coolant or are they actually telling me the truth? all the new cars in the dealership have their reservoirs at the ''full'' mark. thankyou.
The safest thing it to add more, you don't want to run it below the mark at all. this can cause damage in the intensive heat.
Posted on Mar 07, 2009
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