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Marcus, if possible, find the capacity of the cooling system and refill with a mixture of 50/50, water to anti-freeze. You can buy it that way, but I don't recommend it as you wind up paying for water you can get from a hose in your back yard. When you start your refill, the radiator will fill first, then the thermostat will be closed, so it won't let the anti-freeze move in to the motor block At this point you should start the engine, warm it up and wait for the thermostat to open. When that happens, it will take all the liquid you had in the radiator and put it into the block. Fill the radiator as the engine warms up. When the liquid levels off, won't take any more without overflowing, you're done. You should have had the cap tested to make sure it holds the recommended pressure for the system before you started this project, so either replace the old cap on the system or put on the new one, and you're done. .
Posted on May 17, 2014
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