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Just been given a friends car to drive - Daewoo Lanos and I would like to check the water... where do I fill it? I can see the Coolant tank and the windscreen well but cant seem to see where to fill radiator with water?

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Dont use water. Pressurized system requires coolant/water mixture to maintain proper boiling point. Coolant is added to coolant tank you have identified, there is no direct fill to the radiator, it fills out of the coolant tank.

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