its located under the reserve tank...and if that is not working and you are for sure the you will have to replace the whole tank by dealer or maybe find on-line somewhere!
under the tank beside the coolant filler tank
The radiator cap is under the gas tank at the front. There is also a coolant recovery tank located under the passenger seat on the left side.
An overflow tank is a bottle that holds coolant that expands and leaves the radiator under driving conditions. The Coolant will go back into the radiator as needed.
through the reserve tank which is also called the overflow tank being that there is no radiator cap!
To bleed the coolant system on a 1998 VW Beetle, remove the top from the overflow tank. Run the car for 10 to 15 minutes to force any air out of the system, then check the coolant level. Add coolant as needed.
Coolant Recovery Reservoir. There is no sensor in the coolant recovery tank on a 1998 Buick Regal.
Blown head gasket or cracked head.
under the dash between the tank halves.
THERE IS A PLASTIC COOLANT TANK UNDER THE HOOD THAT EITHER HAS A PICTURE OR SYAYES ENG COOLANT DO NOT CONFUSE WITH THE WIDOW WASHER TANK COMPLETELY DIFFERENT AND CAN BE A MESS IF YOU PUT ANTI FREEZE IN THE WASHER TANK NOT A BIG DEAL JUST BE MINDFUL
The coolant in a 1998 model has dex cool antifreeze. It is red in color and not green. It is suppose to be good for 5 years or 150000 miles.
I have a 1996 Jetta. If you have the older body style then it is directly beneath the round coolant expansion tank, attached to the strut tower. It is a black rectangular box with fuses under a clear plastic cover. You'll need to unscrew the coolant expansion tank to get at the fan control module. It is susceptible to being doused with coolant which might cause the fan control module to short.
snugged tight to the radiator on the drivers side in front of the battery
IF you're asking where the coolant level sensor is located, it is located inside the coolant reservoir (that plastic tank on the passenger's side under the hood). The electrical connection is toward the front of the reservior on the engine side.
Technically, there is no fill cap on the radiator. To add coolant, open the overflow tank. It should be on the Passenger side fender, next to the windshield fluid tank. The coolant tank is pressurized when the engine is hot. Be very careful removing the cap to the coolant overflow if the engine has been running, since the scalding hot coolant can burn you.
Add coolant to the overflow tank in the engine compartment near the fuse box on the right side of the vehicle near the firewall.
Oil in the coolant tank indicates a head gasket leak.
Under the right side of the false tank there should be a reservoir you can add coolant to that is connected to the radiator.
Under the window wash fluid tank resevior Under the window wash fluid tank resevior Under the window wash fluid tank resevior
I would say no , on my 1995 Ford Explorer XLT - I probably add a little coolant to the tank each year when it starts to get colder outside
under the gas tank
Coolant is old.
There is no rad cap on a 98 mystique.The coolant is added through the overflow tank.
there are a couple of share fuses in main fuse box under the hood. its on the right hand side, in between the battery and washer fluid tank.