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I have water in my coolant,mk4 1999

I havete got water in my coolant,where do i get right reddish liquid and how do i get rid of the water in the coolant.

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Red coolant are available at Mobil stores in any station in your country Do not do any thing be your self  Go to you Garage to change the water for you

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