100 percent of coolant is needed in any car. coolant keeps the engine from expanding ind cooler weather and coolant helps against rust. a little water wont do much, but it wouldn't be smart to put alot of miles on your \camery with water in the radiator. because water as steel expansds in the cool weather and will do much harm to the camery
Pour water/antifreeze at ratio 60/40 into radiator
Ok, 50/50 is pretty much the norm. Coolant is not what keeps your engine cool, the water is. The coolant is what keeps the water from freezing in cold weather as well as from causing corosion to your engine.
the stock Toyota gear ratio is 4.11
Coolant container will say if it is pre-mixed or full strength. If full strenght, mix it 50/50 with water. Pre-mixed coolant can be added "as-is"
50/50 for most application
Any Ethylene Glycol based coolant mixed in a 1:1 ratio with water. Prediluted means it is already in the correct ratio.
The gear ratio of a 2001 Toyota Tacoma 4x4 ranges from 3.15 to 4.56 depending on the configuration. This ratio determines the number of times the wheels turn in relation to the engine and transmission.
You can find it in the exhaust manifold.
50/50 50% Dex Coolant and 50% Distilled Water. This is assuming you did not buy a premixed gallon of coolant. This will protect you to -40 F.
You need a 50/50 mixture of water and antifreeze.
Minimum 50/50. Maximum 70/30 (coolant/water).
The proper ratio depends on the temperatures your vehicle will be operated/stored in. Typically, a 50/50 ratio will be just fine. If you will park/store your vehicle in extremely cold (sub-zero) temperatures, you can increase to 60% coolant to 40% water.
Some possibilities: Cooling system thermostat has failed - water pump is failing or has failed - the radiator is clogged up - incorrect mixture ratio of water to coolant fluid.
Would hold around 10 litres, it is recommended when replacing coolant, to do so with a 50-50 ratio of water to coolant concentrate.
P1130 indicates an Air/Fuel Ratio Sensor Circuit Range/Performance Malfunction Bank 1 Sensor 1. Problems could be a faulty air fuel ratio, the sensor harness is shorted, the sensor has a poor electrical connection, a fuel pressure problem, a fuel injector issue, or air leaks in the intake.
It is always 1 to 1 ratio. If you get the premix then you dont have to mess with mixing it yourself. Good luck.
No the 600 ml concetrant coolant will not harm your car. The ratio, however will be affected.
Usually 50 / 50 mix ( Ford states not to exceed 60 % antifreeze and preferably distilled water )
the owners manual says to put in 50% water and 50% coolant. I spose u just fill it up with this ratio.
50:50 if the coolant you buy is uncut. otherwise they do sell premixed antifreeze whick is already cut to 50:50
if its a 4 cyl. there is an oxygen sensor screwed into the exhaust pipe under the drivers seat area. there is also an air fuel ratio sensor screwed into the exhaust manifold. for that one just open the hood, its almost looking right at you.