It means that your engine oil is mixing in with your radiator fluid. You probably have water in your oil too. I would take it in and have it fixed.
Red, Orange, or Yellow, I think...
you use green antifreeze not orange// orange in GM only do not use orange .......
Rust, It is time for a coolant flush.
paint it lemon instead of orange
Same as in English, "orange". The a is nasal instead of open, though.
yes, they are. here are the flame colors in order from hottest to coolest. white - hottest blue - hotter yellow - hot orange - cooler than yellow red - cooler than all of above
Its in behind the left fan on the radiator. Its pretty deep down in there, with a little orange/yellow loop on top. If your engine is hot, you'll probably burn your hand on the left side of your upper radiator hose reaching in to check it.Good Luck!
The yellow star is hotter.
Yes. Only if you grade it.
if you are talking about the orange light that looks like (sorta) a house, it would be a low coolant warning light. apparently, that is supposed to be a radiator.
Lift hood, look down between engine and radiator on right side of engine bay. The unit that looks like a coffee can with and orange juice can hung off of it with a large wire from the battery going to it is the starter and solenoid.
Can u use orange juice instead of ape cider
depending if you live in mainly cold or hot weather area, cold weather-- use a 50-50 dexcool [orange liquid] straight in backup tank and 50% antifreeze/50% water in radiator, do not add water to backup tank. Hot weather-- [my recommendation] use a 50-50 dexcool [orange liquid] straight in backup tank [no water], and 20% antifreeze/80% water plus add liquid called waterwetter [pink liquid] to radiator, this will greatly keep engine running cooler by almost 15-20 degrees
dexcool its the orange colored coolant
No. Orange Juice is far more acidic and far less sweet than orange marmalade. Instead, try apricot jam.
orange, door hinge, George, 4 inch, just stretch the syllables. or-an-g-e instead of orange. :)
"Look at that orange marmalade!" :)
The orange exterior of a burner flame is cooler than the blueish inner cone
the main colors of stars (from hottest to cooler) are blue, white, yellow, orange, red.
Its usually cooler outside; leaves on the trees are usually yellow, red, or orange.