Question about 1991 Chrysler New Yorker
There should be. its likely a "closed" system, meaning you fill coolant through your resivior tank. look for a plastic "bottle" or "container" next to your radiator, or alond the left side of the engine bay as you face your engine. you should find a cap that says something like "do not open hot- under pressure" on the resivior tank you should see level marks molded into the tank/container. these indicate coolant level at cold and hot. also look for a tube coming out of the tank leading into the radiator. this tube feeds coolant back into your radiator. hope this helps
Posted on Feb 14, 2009
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