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.
there is a sensor in the bottom of the coolant bottle, change this and you should be o.k. tap the sensor with a screw driver it will go out uts just stuck
This should happen automatically. Are you losing coolant, is the cooling system leaking somewhere? Have you just changed the coolant? Unless there is a leak, the system should purge by itself.
Boy's should be just the way they are, they don't have to change the way that they look just to impress people.
Never put just straight water in your motor. You want to top off your radiator first then top off your coolant in the reservoir. Water will rust your motor from the inside out.
It should be on the bottom of the coolant reservoir. The container is held in place by two bolts. Remove the bolts and disconnect the sensor cable on the side of the container, then it should just lift out
Could be the sensor that has gone bad if the coolant level is correct. Find a trustworthy mechanic to check that out.
The coolant level sensor is located in the coolant reservoir tank. It should just screw or press in. Unplug it, remove it and put a new one in.
You should change them at the minimum every 6 months. If your water is bad then you should check them every 2 months just to make sure they are still good.
Change them. Change the pants dude, not to be rude.
It's right on top of the engine, next to the thermostat housing. Just disconnect the wire, turn out the sensor and replace it with a new one. If you need to add coolant, add the coolant after you change the sensor. Also, you should be ready with the new sensor as soon as you take the old one out, coolant will most certainly start to flow from the opening.
The year, make and model vehicle would help and there shouldn't be just water, it should be coolant.
you should ask him if he is mad and if his tone of voice change then he mad but if it dont change then he is not mad
The drain should be at the bottom on the left side of the radiator. Use a 1/4" drive ratchet extension to turn it anticlockwise just a but then pull it outwards and turn it slightly more. Some coolant should dribble out. Position a catch-pan, then remove the cap from the coolant bottle allowing the coolant to drain rapidly.
i think what is right they should go tht way.
Yes you can just hit the Square button and it should change. There should be 3 options
DEFINETLY NOT! He should accept you just how you are! if he cant then perhaps its time to find a new boyfriend.
You can check the coolant reservoir when the engine is cold, if the coolant level is below the add line top it off with the proper coolant, not just water. It is not a good idea to add just plain water. You should use at least a 50/50 mix of water and antifreeze.
then you should just change your password that's what i did
Just in case there is a schedule change.
mine is on the left top corner of the engine yours should also be, but if its not, just look on the left.
You should see a horizontal steel pipe just in front of the engine. This pipe has the bleeder screw.
The coolant temperature sensor should be located near the upper coolant hose where it enters the engine block, just a few inches nearer to the windshield. It is usually a gold color.
According to\many websites you should change it every 30,000 miles. But if you have Dexron III ATF which is supposed to be good for 100,000 miles. You can also change it if you just want to.
The rated coolant capacity of the whole system is 7 litres, but it might not be completely empty. The expansion tank is just the tip of the iceberg.