Question about 2000 Dodge Dakota Quad Cab
My 2001 dodge dakota quad cab has one cap that says engine coolent only and one that say don't open when hot.
Which one do I put water in
Normally you only need to check the level in the tank under the "engine coolant only" cap, but if you had a leak and lost coolant, check that the level of coolant under the "never open when hot" cap (it should be the radiator cap) is full - up to the brim. if not, fill it to overflowing, then cap it, fill the tank to its level, start the truck, let it reach operating temperature, let it cool down again, check the level in the radiator. if it's still fine, you need not worry about it again, just check the level in the tank daily.
Posted on Jun 21, 2009
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