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Car over heated put in anti freeze it has not happen again but i have no idea why there was no antifreeze in the car

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Check all levels once a week ,every day if a high mileage is done ,but i suspect water pump is starting to leak intermittantly

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I have a 1999 Ford Taurus that would not heat, took to shop they flushed the system, replaced the water pump and it ran hot after thet flushed the system took it back they flushed the system again and


Did you have red antifreeze prior to the flushing? Ford engines are generally aluminium and should be using blue antifreeze which is suitable for aluminium engine blocks! I think the antifreeze is reacting to the aluminium.....re flush and use blue!

Dec 29, 2014 | 1999 Ford Taurus

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Not circulating


Hey Tyler,

Your posting does not indicate if you have a good clean mixture of antifreeze coolant in your heat & cool exchanger ( ie. radiator ), this valuable component of the vehicle coolant & heating system alway's need's a good supply of 50% water to 50% antifreeze which is under pressure and could hurt you or anyone standing too close to your vehice in question.

Purchase the anti-freeze in either full mixture (100%) or 50% water 50% anti-freeze just about anywhere out there with a vehicle repair isle.
Personally speaking I mix 50% water 50% anti-freeze since this is much cheaper than buying the already 50% water to 50% anti-freeze simply due to economic reasons.
After filling this radiator container, remember to alway's follow your vehicle manufacture's safety guidelines, remember there are many moving parts in the engine compartment that could hurt you or people standing around your vehicle while the engine is running.

Hope this helps!

Oct 22, 2013 | Pontiac Cars & Trucks

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Wat will happen if my coolant light came on and all i had was regular anti freeze,the 50/50 and i put some in my 2002 745li bmw


If you are only adding a couple of litres, the freezing point of the coolant will be altered very slightly. The important thing to check is that the antifreeze you are adding is suitable for alloy engines. If you add water the freezing point of the coolant will be raised, again very slightly if you only add a couple of litres

Apr 03, 2013 | Cars & Trucks

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Car running hot-can i use water temporarily until i get antifeeze


Yes you can but it should be as a last resort. The scale in the water when heated will fix itself to the engine interior. Over a period of time it will accumulate and then plug the radiator. Antifreeze helps keep this from happening as well as provide freeze protection for your car.

Aug 07, 2011 | 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix

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I just changed the radiator. How much antifreeze do I put in?


put a 50/50 mix. remove radiator cap when cold,start car let run 1 min and dump 50/50 mix till full, a little will come out cap when thermostat opens this is normal,when thermostat opens coolant will go down,continue to fill till full,put cap on and fill reservoir to cold mark,check reservoir after you run a day and fill if needed to the full cold mark again

Jan 21, 2011 | Chevrolet Monte Carlo Cars & Trucks

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Where do put the antifreeze at?


under the hood you will see a plastic tank with a black lid.. it should have a coolant word or symbol.. this is where you add water and antifreeze mix, depending on your region as to the percentage of water and antifeeze

Apr 07, 2010 | 2003 GMC Yukon XL

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No heat , antifreez leak not visable...


A car this new should have a warranty right? the only other place for anti-freeze to go is through a blown headgasket into your oil. Pull out your oil dipstick and make sure it is not milky in color. If not check behind the engine and see if any coolant lines going into the firewall are leaking. When inside the car do you smell steaming coolant(anti-freeze) or hear gurgling? The temp gauge that stays on is the overheat indicator?

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Dec 14, 2009 | 1998 Chevrolet Malibu

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What happen when antifreeze is pull into your oil


Gonna guess on this one....

If you put anti-freeze in your oil....YOU NEED TO DO AN OIL CHANGE!!!!!

If anti-freeze is showing up IN your oil....then you have a bad head gasket or a cracked cylinder head.

Does this cover your question?

Oct 30, 2009 | 1997 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

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