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What is the proper procedure for filling the coolant system on a 1994 Chevy Camaro 3.4L?

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2006-12-09 21:18:27
2006-12-09 21:18:27

This is difficult so pay attention- (1) Remove the radiator cap (2) Start filling the radiator with a proper mixture of water and coolant(Most climates us a 50/50 mixture) (3) Once the coolant reaches the radiator neck stop filling and let the coolant go down, you can speed this up by starting the engine and letting the coolant start to circulate. (4) keep doing this until the coolant level remains at or near the top of the radiator. Happy Motoring!

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