Saturn radiators don't have caps to check and add fluid to the radiator you open the overflow tank and add it there
Look for a removable housing at the engine end of the upper radiator hose you will have to drain the radiator fluid first because the thermostat is fairly low Follow the lower radiator hose on the passenger side to the engine its in a housing so you have to remove the radiator hose then the thermostat cover with the 2 bolts
you have a blown headgasket, or if it is has an automatic transmission, it is also possible that you may have transmission fluid in your radiator. this is caused by transmission fluid in part of your radiator leaked into your coolant
One common cause is when you need antifreeze fluid for your radiator. Often times, the liquid becomes completely used and that is when your engine heats up, which could further result in a cracked radiator.
You add it to the overflow tank which is on the drivers side fender.
if you run your engine without antifreeze your car will overheat and ruin the engine.
Unless your radiator has a leak, the radiator fluid stays in the radiator.
No. Transmission fluid lubricates the transmission. Coolant is used by the radiator to cool the engine.
Set the radiator into place and secure it with the radiator retaining bolts. Attached the radiator stabilizing arm. Attached the radiator hoses to the engine. Fill the radiator with fluid.
Coolant leak possibly no fluid in radiator, hence the picture of a radiator.
It is probably Radiator fluid that's leaking. if you have red radiator fluid. it looks purple when it heats up. I had this from my Toyota Sequoia when the leak went over the hot engine.