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Hello I was wondering where im supposed to put water in my car. there is a place where it seems like water is missing but i want to make sure.

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FIRST DON'T EVER PUT WATER INTO YOUR ENGINE OR ANY OF ITS COMPONENTS. What you looking at is the Coolant resivour and your low. buy some 50/50 prediluted coolant and fill to the COLD line if the engine is cold, HOT line if you just turned your car off. Also wait until your engine cools and check your Radiator to see if you have enough coolant. If not, fill coolant to the opening neck, SLOWLY squeeze the top radiator hose until the coolant starts to almost spill out. top off to the top of the neck again and run your engine for 15 minutes and then allow to cool and check the level again.

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