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!
What does your owner's manual say to use? If low silicate is not listed then drain and refill with the proper coolant.
Remove the coolant reservoir, flush it out, reinstall it and refill with proper coolant.
You need to go to a car parts store, and get a repair manual for your car. They cost about $16.00 Or, go to a Public Library.
Starch thickens a filling. You need to use the proper amount of starch and heat it properly to bind the moisture of the pie filling and the sugar.
dexcool is the proper coolant
6 deg BTDC
You must make sure that you have purged all air from the coolant system. An air bubble will not allow proper flow of coolant and could also cause the engine to overheat. Add coolant into resevior and leave top off with engine running. Add more coolant as required. If temp gets too high with cap off and coolant starts to back out of resevior, then replace cap and allow to cool. Remove cap after cool and top up coolant again and repeat procedure.
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Engine coolant in an Alero is used in the radiator. A diagram and instructions for how to properly use the coolant can be found on the package instructions. An owner manual will also assist in proper use of coolant.
The low coolant sensor is bad or disconnected.
If the coolant reservoir can not maintain the proper level of coolant, it is possible the engine could over heat when the level drops.
Bring it to a recycling center
no check your owners manuel for the proper coolant if you don't have one u can call the dealership and they can tell u
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water and pepsi
The wearing of safety goggles would be proper procedure when your face or eyes may be exposed to dust and flying objects, or to chemical splashes.
It lowers the boiling point of the coolant It could allow air into the system It could prevent proper coolant circulation
Minimum 50/50. Maximum 70/30 (coolant/water).
I think it is 180 to 210.