Enough to create a 50/50 mix of anti-freeze and water. This usually requires a gallon of antifreeze. You can purchase the 50/50 mix, ready to use. Pour it in the radiator.
According to the manual, 7.9 quarts.
You should use a gallon of coolant.
I think you are wanting to know the horsepower of a Ford Probe. But as you fail to list the year or engine size, it is impossible to provide an answer.
Brand New 1993 Ford Probe right off the show room floor cost me "$29 800.00"
about 2900 pounds
The antifreeze should be diluted How much is up to you. Also be sure to configure in the location where you live (hotter, colder) as this also makes a difference I'm pretty sure that antifreeze needs some water to work properly (activates chemicals in antifreeze) If you went 70% antifreeze & 30% water you should probably be fine no matter where you live. ========================================================== Ford vehicles come from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of distilled water and the correct type of antifreeze for the vehicle . Ford states not to exceed 60% antifreeze in the mix
According to my Chilton's Auto Repair manual : A 1989 Ford Probe gas tank holds ( 15.1 U.S. gallons )
The Ford Probe was discontinued in 1997 after 8 years of production. You can only buy them used. The comparable vehicle would be the Ford Fusion which has a MSRP of 21600$.
Drain & flush the system completely. Now add a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water until it is full. One gallon of antifreeze mixed with one gallon of distilled water should be more than enough.
Your 50 / 50 mixture of antifreeze and preferably distilled water should be right near the top of the radiator ( as long as you can put the cap on without the antifreeze mixture overflowing ) The plastic coolant reservoir in the passenger side of the engine compartment has a cold mark on it , just maintain your coolant level up to the cold mark when the engine is cold . ( Ford recommends to not drop below 40 % antifreeze and not exceed 60 % antifreeze in your engine coolant mixture )
Mix it half and half with the water.
How much 50 percent antifreeze solution and 40 percent antifreeze solution should be combined to give 50 gallons of 46 percent antifreeze solution?
At least 3lts tobe on the safe side
Should cost 400-600 in labour 300 for the part.
If you go to a junk yard it would be around $20-50. I bought on e for a 1996 probe for $15
You can run up to 75 percent antifreeze without any trouble. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Actually , Ford states not to exceed ( 60 % antifreeze )
Roughly $800.00 parts & labor. This figure could easily double if done by a dealer.
Ford vehicles come from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of distilled water and the correct type of antifreeze for the vehicle for year round use Ford states not to exceed 60% antifreeze in the mix ( colder climates etcetera )
6.1 quarts mixed 50/50 water and antifreeze
For a 1999 Ford F-150 ,4.6 L V8 : It came from the factory with a 50 / 50 mix of distilled water and GREEN color antifreeze ( meeting Ford specification ESE-M97B44-A ) 1 row radiator ( 10.3 U.S. quarts of antifreeze mixed with an equal amount of preferably distilled water ) 2 row radiator ( 11.55 quarts of antifreeze ) * Ford states not to exceed 60% antifreeze or drop below 40 % antifreeze in the mixture
It should be a 50/50 mixture of water and antifreeze.
145 horsepower for 3.0 V-6 in a LX
It is right about $50.00. At least, that is what the local Autozone sells them for.