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Where to add coolant for radiator on a 95 vw jetta?

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Add Coolant to spherical reservoir at right rear of engine compartment as viewed from front. If it is low the coolant gauge flashing light will warn you of a low condition.

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In the engine compartment there is a small round tank with a pressure cap on it. press on this cap and turn 1/4 left to open. fill up to the full mark not more.

warning ; if engine is hot be careful opening this part as it may spray out hot steam which can burn.

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It says that your vehicle is low on coolant.Get the coolant level checked.If low has to be changed.

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SOURCE: 2002 VW Jetta 1.8T: Coolant temp began rising to

volks 2001 1.8 T wolfsburgh . overheats to dangerous levels just after 2-3 min. of driving . let it cooldown an hour , drove again same thing 2-3 min. noticed fans not working , tried to crank the heaters inside , mostly cold air come in. easy fix or not?

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