For the answer to this question, look in your owner's manual. Don't have one then get one. You need an owner's manual for the maintenance schedule and for questions just like this. Sources for a manual are: Dealer, Salvage Yard, E-Bay, and many on-line sites. Here is one site. http://www.samarins.com/maintenance/manual.html
Per the 2002 Bonneville Manual the cooling system holds 10 quarts.
Hi there, here is the information: Engine Cooling System with A/C 9.1 liters 9.6 quarts
For the radiator only, 2 to 3 quarts. For the complete cooling system, 8 to 9 quarts.
According to the operators manual for a engine diesel 3010 tractor, the cooling system capacity is 16 U.S. quarts. For a gas engine 3010, the cooling system capacity is also 16 U.S. quarts. Hopefully this helps!
According to the 1999 Ford Escort owners manual : The cooling system capacity with a manual transmission is 5.3 quarts / 5.0 liters The cooling system capacity with an automatic transmission is 6.3 quarts / 6.0 liters So , with a 50 / 50 mix of antifreeze and preferably distilled water : The cooling system with a manual transmission takes 2.65 quarts / 2.50 liters of antifreeze The cooling system with an automatic transmission takes 3.15 quarts / 3.0 liters of antifreeze T
The radiator alone, aprox 2 to 3 quarts. The complete cooling system, aprox 10 to 11 quarts.
8.9 Quarts for a 1980 Toyota Pickup with a 20R.
18.6 quarts ( 17.6 liters ) according to the owners manual
My data give 7.00Ltrs as the cooling system capacity.
According to my Chilton's auto repair manual : For a 1987 Chevrolet Celebrity with the 2.8 liter V6 engine : ( the engine cooling system capacity is 12.6 U.S. quarts )
The 1996 General Motors/Chevrolet K1500 4WD PU came equipped in 4 engine codes. The standard equipment 4.3L Vortec (code 'W') has a cooling system capacity of 13.2 quarts.
The fuel tank has a twenty gallon capacity. The transmission holds nine quarts. The cooling system holds about fourteen quarts. The engine holds five quarts.
about 12 quarts total,but that would include draining the block...about 8 quarts in the rad and jug
According to the 2001 Mercury Sable Owner Guide , the engine cooling system capacity for the 3.0 liter Vulcan engine is ( 11.6 quarts ) and the engine cooling system capacity for the 3.0 liter Duratec engine is ( 10.6 quarts ) It came from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water
Need to know more about the cooling system to answer this question.
According to the 1996 Ford Explorer owners manual : The cooling system capacity for the 4.0 L - V6 - with air conditioning is : 8.6 U.S. quarts / 8.1 liters
Most vehicles will need an average of 4 gallons or 16 quarts of coolant.
According to the 1999 Lincoln Town Car Owner Guide : The engine cooling system capacity is ( 15.8 U.S. quarts ) * it came from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of distilled water and GREEN colored antifreeze ( meeting Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A ) in the engine cooling system
The manual transmission RX8 has a capacity of about 7.1 US quarts, however on an oil change you will only be putting in about 3.7-4.5 quarts. This is due to the oil cooling system, a couple quarts stay in the line and the front oil coolers.
cooling system capacity, 1997 gmc 5.7 liter engine
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For the 2000 Ford Focus , 2.0 L ( SPI and Zetec ) The engine cooling system capacity is : ( 5.75 litres / 6.1 U.S. quarts )
On the 1996 Ford F-150 with the 4.9 liter straight 6 cylinder it depends on how it is equipped ( auto or manual trans / standard cooling or super cooling / air conditioning etc . ) The cooling system capacity , which ( is a 50 / 50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water , ranges from 13 quarts to 15.6 quarts ) so , anywhere from 6.5 quarts to 7.8 quarts of antifreeze depending on how it is equipped
Quarts are a capacity measure and are part of the Imperial Weights and Measures System. As such, quarts can be regarded as a part of the English system.