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I noticed the other day that the coolant in the reservoir on my truck was low. When i looked inside, the coolant appears to be chunked up like a paste. Ive never seen this happen on any of my other vehicles so I'm wondering if this is bad?
Depending on the year and model, it could be somewhat normal. The newer style coolant will cause a crusty substance to form at the top of the radiator if the coolant is low.
You may want to have a mechanic take a look at it, and you may want to have it flushed and replaced with new coolant.
If it is really heavy it could block the passages in the radiator.
Posted on Feb 09, 2014
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