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Engine coolant

  • Low coolant level will cause engine overheating, which may cause serious damage to the engine.
  • How to check the engine coolant level:
    The coolant level should be between "LOW" and "FULL" marks in the coolant overflow tank. If it's lower, top it up. If there is no coolant in overflow tank or you have to top it up quite often, have your car inspected in the garage, possibly there is a coolant leak.
    Never open the radiator or coolant overflow tank when the engine is hot!
  • When engine temperature is reduced (few minutes after the engine has been turned off) , simply add a coolant into the overflow tank to "FULL" mark.




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*** Note, the information contained in this guide is for educational purposes only and cannot substitute for the advice of professional mechanic or authorized dealer. Different cars have different requirements; for information specific to your car consult your owner's manual or call Speedline Auto & Tire (773) 878 3000 . Don't attempt to service your car if you don't have proper knowledge and tools, you can be injured and your vehicle could be damaged. Take your car to Speedline Auto & Tire 5250 N. Damen Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60625 or an authorized dealer/repair shop near you.

 

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