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Top up radiator in hyundai i10

Where do i top up the radiator water in a hyundai i10? i cant see the caps to open... please help.

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SOURCE: How to open the bonnet of Hyundai i10 car

Under your dash there is a small lever with a handle and marking. pull this for ejecting the bonnet. use your palm to push off the safety lack that hold the bonnet- safety for holding on during high speed/ wind if the bonnet lack opens- to lift up your boonet. You can look through the gap of the bonnet to see this safety latch.
now on top of the engine you will see the cap for the oil inlet.
Now beffore you do that , use the dip stick to look for the oil level. wipe it and check again. Only if the oil is down you need to replace. Also topping is not required unless the engine is old/bad. otherwise it is important to change the oil filter and oil along with your service. So check this out. Good day

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SOURCE: why is my hyundai i10 supplying too much fuel to the engine

Is this a diffrent type of pump then the factory pump? if so then that may be your problem and the fuel pressure is to high, or a bad fuel pressure regulator . A scan tool would be helpful to check the air fuel sensor readings along with the short term and long term fuel readings.

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Hi had the same problem just the other day head gasket was blown between exhaust and water ports thus the pressure in the system that over flows the bottel and no water in the radiator it self.

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You really shouldn't just add water. You should add a mixture of coolant and water.

You will need to wait until the engine is cold. This will allow the system to depressurize. NEVER open a hot radiator. Squeeze the upper radiator hose to be sure there is no pressure. It should be soft enough to easily pinch the opposite walls of the hose together.

Remove the radiator cap (see image). Use a funnel to avoid spilling. Coolant is poisonous. Fill the radiator to the top. Replace the cap.

Check the overflow bottle (see image). The coolant should be right up to the line that says 'Full Cold'. Remove the cap and fill accordingly. Do not overfill this bottle. Doing so will cause coolant to be expelled at normal operating temperature. Just go right up to the cold line.

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now when the car is getting hot try to hold and squeese the top radiator hose to see if it is hard and you cant squeeze it than this will tell you that the thermostat is not opening up and letting the water thru to cool the engine or that it is only letting some of the water thru in any case i would replace the thermostat first and then follow the other troubleshooting steps that i have provided ok and you should be ok after making the needed repairs.
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