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The ratio recommended by most manufacturers is 50/50 or 1 part water to one part coolant.

So, for instance, if you add 1/2 gallon of water, then you add 1/2 gallon of antifreeze/coolant until the system is filled.

Alternate 1 part water and 1 part coolant until it's filled, and you'll be pretty close to 50/50.

Don't forget the overflow tank.

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If its full strenght 50/50

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