50/50 water and Anti-freeze mixture into a cold radiator or coolant tank. DO NOT open cap on a warm radiator as it may expell scalding water.
It is critical that you know what kind of antifreeze your car takes. There are 2 general kinds. Long life and traditional Green coolant. The sensors base data on the correct chemical composition of the one that was originally installed in it. Therefore adding wrong one may cause the ecm to adjust the fuel mixture incorrectly or cause sensor damage. Some vehicles require different long life coolants- GM has Dex-cool, Ford just came out with another, Honda has their own. If the concentration is too great or too weak, it will not work correct.
you can add antifreeze in 2 places. If engine is cold,open radiator cap and poor directly in.Also there is a antifreeze reservor thatr you can poor it in if it is empty. Remember just add fluid until it comes up to the cold line on resv.
NO!!!! do not do this, oil is oil, transmission fluid is transmission fluid, and antifreeze is antifreeze, do not mix any of these, it can perminately damage your engine.
that will not do any damge just syphon out what you can and refill with windshield washer fluid at least the fluid will not freeze in the washer lines,lol
Antifreeze is in engine compartment on right side between brake fluid and washer fluid reservoir
The green fluid is the antifreeze.
you open the plastic bottle and pour in the antifreeze
Antifreeze keeps your coolant from freezing. It keeps your coolant more "fluid".
Do not run the engine. You need to drain out the fluid antifreeze mixture.You can then refill the power steering fluid.
Transmission and antifreeze.
Only brake fluid can be used for brake fluid. Brake fluid is a glycol-based liquid - it's closer to antifreeze than to oil, but don't use antifreeze in it either. Only brake fluid.