Where is the radiator cap on a 1990 vw passat?
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Dave :) Having a manual is nice. But. There is no radiator cap. There is a white bulb or reservoir by the fire wall on the drivers side under the hood. Probably has a black screw in cap. With the car cool, unscrew and fill with premixed antifreeze, let it bubble down and keep adding til it quits bubbling. If you need to drain the radiator, you have to pull the bottom hose off the radiator.
The radiator cap in a 1990 VW Passat is located under the hood in front of the driver side windshield. It looks like a little ball(Clear or white). The cap on this is it. This is also the radiator overflow tank.
there isn't a radiator in a vw passat. Vw's in general don't have radiators. Usually you can find a round container, shaped like a ball, with a black cap under the hood near the windshield washer container. It should be about half full of greenish antifreeze. To fill, simply unscrew the black cap when the engine is cold and add your antifreeze up to the full mark, it is hard to see, but half full…
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Use only VW "pink" coolant!!! Rempve the coolant tank cap on a cold engine. There is a drain petcock on the driver's side of the 1.8T engined radiator. There is also an engine block drain on the driver's side of the engine near the oil filter flange. Drain the fluid and dispose of properly. Refill with genuine "pink" VW coolant after securing thr drains - DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN! Start engine, attain operating temperature, check for…