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Is there a overflow container on this bike? You could add more coolant to it,or find the radiator cap which would probably be hidden behind a side cover or under the gas tank.

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The coolant in mill should be mixed ratio 32 parts water and 1 part coolant.it has 99 gal and is 40% full.existing mixture has 23 pts water and 1 pt coolant.i have to get it back to 32 to 1


Add 38 gallons of water to the current mixture assuming you have a 250 gallon tank. This will bring your current ration back to 32 to 1

99 gallons / 23 = 4.3
4.3(32-23)=38.7

99 gallons + 38 gallons = 137 gallons.
250 gallons - 137 gallons = 113 gallons Left to fill
113/32 = 3.5

Add 3.5 gallons of coolant to the remaining 113 gallons of water needed to fill your tank completely.

Apr 17, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Where is the waterpump to add coolant and water in santafe 2005?


The water pump is enclosed on the front of the engine. The bottom radiator hose connects to the water pump inlet.
You do not add coolant to the water pump. You add a 50-50 mix of antifreeze and water into the radiator cap opening. Or you can buy the coolant already mixed with water and just pour it into the radiator.

The coolant system uses the water pump to circulate the coolant through the engine and then into the radiator via the upper radiator hose for cooling it off, and it then goes back into the engine through the bottom radiator hose. When the engine is warmed up, the coolant constantly circulates through the engine to radiator and back into the engine.

Sep 28, 2013 | 2003 Hyundai Santa Fe

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Do I need to add coolant


You can add some plain water, or go ahead and mix with coolant. The level should be half way between full and add when the engine is cold.

Jun 20, 2013 | 2002 Toyota Sienna

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I have a mitsubishi lancer 2002. The coolant reservoir tank is empty. Radiator is full. I just need to add coolant to reservoir. Do i add straight coolant or does it need to be a 50/50 water/coolant mix?


It is best to add a coolant mix. You can get it ready mixed, but try to ascertain if your car now has in it green mix or red mix. It is best not to mix these 2 mixes LOL
If you cannot make out what is in there now, just add demineralised water.

Dec 14, 2011 | 2002 Mitsubishi Lancer

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My coolant light is low and im not sure what kind to add?


If your coolants color is pink you must add coolant that is pink. If it is green you must add green. You CANNOT mix green and pink together. You can get 50/50 mix which is half coolant and half water which is ready to use. You can also get coolant that does not have water added to it but you will still need to add water. This is usually better for your buck.

Nov 16, 2010 | 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Is there special directions to put coolant in?


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How to Fill Coolant

If the coolant system has been flushed, first add 100 percent ethylene glycol in

the amount listed for the appropriate engine application. Then slowly add clean

water to the system until the level of the coolant mixture has reached the base-of

the radiator neck. Wait for two minutes and recheck the level of the coolant

mixture. add clean water if necessary to restore the coolant mixture level to the

base of the radiator neck

When refilling the engine cooling system, add three engine coolant supplement

sealant pellets, GM RN 3634621 or equivalent, and GM approved new Ethylene

Glycol Coolant DEX-COOL GM RN 9985809.

If the cooling system is being refilled ONLY (no flush), a 50 percent ethylene

glycol and 50 percent clean water mixture should be used to fill the system. Fill

the system until the level of the 50150 mixture has reached the base of the radiator

neck. Wait two minutes and recheck the level of the coolant mixture. add a 50/50

ethylene glycol water mixture as necessary to restore the coolant mixture level to

the base of the radiator neck.

Install the radiator cap making certain the arrows line up with the overflow tube.

Close all air bleeds. DO NOT over torque the air bleed valve. The air bleed valve is

made out of brass.

Fill the coolant reservoir with a 50 percent ethylene glycol and a 50 percent clean

water coolant mixture. The proper amount of this mixture to be installed into the

coolant reservoir is listed below:

Add 0.65 liters (0.68 quarts) of a 5010 mixture of ethylene glycol and clean water

to the coolant recovery reservoir.

CAUTION: The low coolant indicator lamp may come on after this procedure. After

operating the vehicle so that the engine heats up and cools down three times. if at

any time the "TEMP' warning indicator comes on. Immediate action is required.

Air bleed vent is at the thermostat house


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I have a 1997 chevy lumina what kind of antifreeze should i use?


The dealer recommend GM Dex Cool Antifreeze.
But there are complaint against this type of coolant.
http://www.stevesnovasite.com/forums/archive/index.php/t-128547.html
In GM cars we replace Dex Cool with Prestone green coolant.
It's up to you. Ask before but if you decide to change the type of coolant then:
If your intention is to add coolant only, then you need:
Mix with
ANY COLOR ANTIFREEZE
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
of cars and light trucks
add to ANY color antifreeze
PRESTONE
50/50
PREDILUTED ANTIFREEZE/COOLANT
EXTENDED LIFE up to 150000/mile 5 year protection.
DO NOT ADD WATER.

If your intention is to flush the RADIATOR (Cooling System), then you need:
Mix with
ANY COLOR ANTIFREEZE
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
of cars and light trucks
add to ANY color antifrezze
PRESTONE
EXTENDED LIFE up to 150000/mile 5 year protection.
On the back you have to read directions:
Step 1 Drain. Step 2 Flush. Step 3 Fill.
Recommended to ad 30% to 50% volume, distilled water. If you flush the system and rinse with water you must add only 30% water to the antifreeze. There is more water trapped inside the engine compartment, because the thermostat is closed. Make sure to have a coolant density tester. When you finish one of 5 balls must sink, that indicates that you reached 50/50 strength. That means 50% Prestone and 50% Water, which will provide to your car a -34F degree FREEZE-UP Protection , and +265F degree BOILOVER protection.The next day,with a cooled engine open radiator cap, and test the strength of coolant. If not quite right, then siphon coolant from the radiator and add antifreeze, or distilled water as necessary.
Make sure to disposal the used coolant properly.

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My 94 tracer wagon has a place to add coolant (not the radiator) do i put coolant full strainght or half water?


The typical ratio is 50/50 coolant to water. Make sure though that the coolant you bought is the concentrate undiluted type. Coolant comes 50/50 diluted as well, so you would not add water to this...

Jul 31, 2009 | 1994 Mercury Tracer

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