Question about 2000 Ford Focus
Yes, water works fine. You just will need to add some antifreeze to the system before freezing weather arrives. If you have antifreeze in the vehicle and are just diluting it some, then drain it about halfway and refill with antifreeze when winter arrives. If it is empty and you are just putting water only, then if your engine is an alluminum block and head, it will be fine for now with just water. If you have a cast Iron block, then you will need to add antifreeze to lubricate and prevent your block from rusting on the inside!
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