Your engine should be cold ( to be on the safe side) when adding antifreeze/coolant. i let the car sit overnight and then add it.
If coolant needs to be added and the owner does not know what kind is already in the engine, it should be drained and flushed before adding any new. Most coolants are appropriate, but it is not recommended to mix brands or types. Use a coolant safe for aluminum blocks or buy Yamaha brand coolant specifically for your model. The coolant should be premixed 50/50 or if it is not premixed, mix it 60% coolant and 40% water before adding.
One flushes a radiator by draining the radiator, rincing the radiator, and then by adding a new coolant. One should remember that the drained coolant is toxic.
That should have little to no affect on urination.
It should not affect anything, if you like him/her, go for it.
Adding nothing to the water should not affect the rate at which the water freezes. Adding substances, though, can noticeably depress the freezing point so that it will take longer to freeze than pure water under the same conditions. Salt is commonly used for this purpose. Adding nothing to water isn't expected to do anything to the rate at which it freezes.
Antifreeze should be a 50/50 mix with water. If you bought pure coolant, mix with water. If you bought premix (already 50/50) pour in straight.
Used coolant should be properly recycled.
You should not mix colors or brands of coolant.
When you add engine coolant to a 2003 Jeep Grand Cherokee because the low coolant indicator has come on, you should add to the reserve tank and the radiator if they are low. Sometimes, just the reserve tank needs filled.
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if there is coolant already in the lines, block and radiator then you can safely top-up, but if you are replacing fluid, say after a leak then you should mix it 50/50 with water. Good luck Badgirl.
I suggest you get your favorite color. It doesn't affect anything so just pick anything.-Magic Link95
Coolant for the 98 Deville is added into the coolant overflow bottle. The side of the bottle should have low and high coolant markings.
You should not need to bleed coolant. Ever. If the coolant is filling up on its own the stuff in there is not coolant and you have a big problem.
A pregnant friend should have little to no affect on you. If anything, it should be a learning experience to the friends whether it be get on birth control, use condoms, or just abstain from sex.
are you talking about the coolant light? it could just be because your coolant reserve tank is below the minimum level. try adding coolant (only special VW G12!) and the light should go off. if it keeps happening it means you have a leak somewhere. most likely its something simple like your coolant flange. http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20071119200403AAmig9M
No, it should not. Unless the connection of the gauge on the motor is damaged in a way as to cause the motor to leak fluid (water or coolant). But just a broken gauge should not affect the performance of the motor.
It is spec for a Toyota and is the only coolant you should use
If you are taking a double major it should have no affect. If you already have a bachelors degree, and now planning to the another degree, then you will not qualify for financial aid assistance.
A healthy cooling system should not need coolant added. If you are adding coolant often and don't see any leaks you may have a serious problem with a bad head gasket or cracked head. Have a trusted mechanic check it out soon.
follow the owners manual as to when it is time to change the coolant. Get a manual from MOTORLIT.COM
I don't think it is coolant. It is just condensation caused from high humidity and the cold air. If it is coolant it should get on the floor and you should loose coolant.
Most vehicles have a coolant reservoir (a clear plastic tub) with a phrase "engine coolant only" printed on the cap. This is where you should add engine coolant.
You can try to repair your car air conditioner at home by adding coolant or flushing the coolant system. If that doesn't work, it could be a more complex problem with the car's electrical system and unless you are a mechanic, you should probably take it to someone who is to avoid more damage.