Question about 1996 Volvo 850
Only certain engines need to be purged of the air in there, some engines have a plug on the top for it, some have to be filled on a slant or jacked up, some don't need anything. But you do want to use a premix coolant, 50/50 right out of the jug, or if the old coolant is clean, pour it back in. The tranny oil you don't have to worry about. I would fill it up, keep an eye on the temp gauge and check it every day. If it needs filling, top it off with the same, fill the expansion tank too. If it overheats, then I would check on the purge, It will effect the engine. I can look it up for you, but you can use the google thing too. Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 17, 2010
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