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How to put antifreeze in 2004 pacifica

How to put antifreeze in 2004

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If the car has been driven recently, let it cool for at least 15 minutes. There is a silver cap on the right side of the engine compartment. Undo it with a rag to protect yourself from pressure build up in the radiator. Fill the reservoir up to the (cold fill line) and to remove air from coolant system, I believe you need a 10mm socket and an extension to barely loosen the air bleeder located on the back of the intake manifold (where the radiator hose goes to the engine) Hope all goes well for you

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