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Your radiator should always have coolant in it, water does work, but there is more of a chance that your vehicle will over heat, and water alone could cause a rusty build up. I suggest you buy some 50/50 coolant OR you could also buy undiluted antifreeze and dilute it yourself with water, but I would still suggest mixing it 50/50.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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