Question about 2002 Chrysler Voyager
I would not use stop leak, I would try and locate the leak as it may just be from a hose which is an easy fix. If you can't locate it I would consider purchasing the UV dye for your coolant system then using a black light and you will be able to easily find the leak. As far as coolant if you go to your local auto parts store they have coolant that is made to be added to any kind of coolant and will be safe for your vehicle. Just make sure to note if it is pre mixed or not, if it is not you should be diluting it with 1 part coolant 1 part water.
Posted on Sep 27, 2010
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