Question about Kia Sportage
It is very important for these engines to have the right mixture of coolant and distilled water so you don't trigger a check engine light and also to condition the headgasket. Just because here are no bubbles seen, does not mean there is no issue. Refill the system properly and take for a test drive. Note the temperature guage and run the A/C (if equipped). It should run right around midway. Let me know if you need any other advice or instructions.
Posted on Aug 29, 2010
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