Ouch, tough one. You might be able to have a machine shop drill and tap a hole that would let you screw a pipe in to hook up a tube. It would depend on what is directly behind that hole in the engine. Consult a machine shop or mechanic.
You will have to replace the refrigerant, but not the engine coolant.
Your coolant pump is behined the fan, you will have to replace the water pump.
I had a split in the coolant hose that goes to the turbo. It sits down behind the engine and next to the firewall. It was very expensive to replace the hose and labor intensive because of how difficult it was to get to it..
Open the drain out valve at the bottom of the radiator to allow the coolant to run out. Replace the valve and add the fresh coolant.
The coolant temperature sensor can be found on the front of the engine, near the thermostat. Remove the coolant temperature sensor retaining nut, to replace it.
If there is coolant on an engine, it is likely a seal or a hose is leaking or broken. It should be repaired immediately or the engine may seize up and quick working.
check/replace the engine coolant level sensor located in the engine coolant overflow reservior (located at the rear of the engine compartment pass. side)
Flush and replace the engine coolant. Replace the engine timing belt or chain. Replace the spark plugs & wires.
A = Replace engine oil 1 = Rotate Tires 3 = Replace Transmission Fluid 5 = Replace Engine Coolant
in the engine compartment on the firewall right in front of the passenger and right behind the coolant bottle.
Low engine coolant or ineffective coolant. Add or replace anti freeze
A KX85 just needs regular green premixed engine coolant. To replace the coolant in the engine system, simply drain the current coolant and refill. There is no need to flush the system before replacing.
The engine coolant on a 1991 Honda Civic is replaced by turning the drain petcock and releasing the coolant. The filler cap is then removed and coolant added until the system is full again.
probably just replace the coolant sensor
Recommend every 2 years
You have to be more specific. What part are you working on?
behind the engine coolant reservoir.
Assuming there is coolant in the engine the most likely cause is a build up of sediment behind the coolant drain or in the coolant drain tap itself.
A = Replace engine oil1 = Rotate Tires3 = Replace Transmission Fluid5 = Replace Engine Coolant
A = Replace engine oil1 = Rotate tires and check air pressure 5 = Replace engine coolant and replace thermostat
What size engine? on my 1993 2.5 it is direcly behind the coil on the front of the engine.
Replace the engine coolant sensor.
NOTE: this answer is describing the location of the engine coolant temperature sensor - NOT the coolant sensor in the reservoir that warns when the level gets too low.The coolant temperature sensor is located directly adjacent to the thermostat housing. The thermostat housing is what the upper radiator hose (toward the right side of the engine compartment) connects to. You do not have to replace the reservoir to replace this part, but leaky coolant reservoirs are a common problem on this model.
Vehicle make, model & engine size needed first.
Should be located in a fremovable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose Drain about 1 gallon of coolant from the radiator Remove this housing Note how thermostat is installed Clean both surfaces Replace thermostat and gasket Replace housing Re-fill coolant slowly to prevent an airlock Start engine and look for leaks Run engine to normal operating temperature with heater on Re-check coolant level Should be located in a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose Drain about 1 gallon of coolant from the radiator Remove this housing Note how thermostat is installed Clean both surfaces Replace thermostat and gasket Replace housing Re-fill coolant slowly to prevent an air lock Start engine and look for leaks Run engine to normal operating temperature with heater on Re-check coolant level