Antifreeze and Engine Coolant
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How do you add antifreeze to a 1999 Jetta?

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2010-01-11 19:16:07
2010-01-11 19:16:07

There should be a globe looking object in the top right side undernearth the hood. Be careful when you do it though because if you don't give the car time to cooldown it could spray out when you open up the cap.

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