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I dont know what goes in this resovior under my hood..

There is a reservoir in my car like, the wind shield wiper fluid resorvoir, but it isn't marked. i lost my manual, and have no clue what fluid goes in it, and i checked it and its empty.. so i need to know what goes in it cause i have no clue.. Maybe it is the same one that I have...it isn't labeled, it is just to the right of the radiator, below the battery...do you or anyone know if it is the radiator fluid? Mine is totally empty as well...

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It is the radiator fluid. same goes for my brother's car.

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