Make sure the engine is cool. Take off the radiator cap that is on the radiator. Pour in a half and half mixture of distilled water and antifreeze unti it is full then replace the radiator cap.
You don't put water in your radiator, you put antifreeze.
Neither answer is correct. The glass is completely full--half full of water and half full or air. depends, if the glass was empty and you filled it half way, its half full, if it was full and you drank, threw out, ect. half the water its half empty
you should mix antifreeze half and half with clean water and fill radiator to full, then add to cold line in the overflow tank
It is no longer necessary to add just water to a radiator in newer cars like the 2005 Malibu. An antifreeze that is half water and half antifreeze is usually best. Add the 50/50 antifreeze to the radiator overflow tank. It should be a plastic, see through tank hooked to the radiator.
What I do is put half antifreeze and half water in to the radiator and keep putting more radiator fluid tell you see it in the neck of the radiator and put some radiator fluid in the coolant reservoir tank too.
The glass is actually full. Full of half air and half water. As for the water content, technically, there is no difference, except as it pertains to the process of filling or emptying, i.e. if it was filled and you drank some, it is half-empty; if it was empty and being filled, it is half-full.
No You don't Need to change the water pump But you should change it and the thermostat if radiator was full of sludge. if not then no to both.
There is a white plastic bottle next to the radiator cap. This is where you put the water. there is a mark saying full . if you go beyond this by mistake it wont do any harm in my experience. the water is sucked from this into the radiator.
In the radiator. 50/50 mix = half antifreeze, half water
The brain is 80% water
Not necessarily! Let it cool down then check the radiator water level and the water overflow reservoir tank. In a properly operating system the reservoir adds water as needed to the radiator when it cools down after you quit driving. #1. The radiator should be full of water and the reservoir tank should be 3/4 full of water. #2. At a certain temperature or with the "AC on" the radiator fan(s) should be sucking air over the radiator and cooling coils. So! Fill the radiator and the reservoir and when it overheats in idle see if the fans behind the radiator are operating.
Yeah. Am always choosing half full glass of water. Because am always looks forward.
If you have an old ISUZU Trooper, the radiator thermostat may be not working. Therefore, it will not let cool water from the radiator into the hot engine, even if the radiator is full. Have the thermostat checked and replaced, if necessary. Good Luck
take radiator cap off, make sure radiator is full, start the engine let it water circulate for awhile and then open radiator drain slightly just enough to get water and air to come out,drain is located under the radiator. Careful not to burn your hand.Turn off radiator drain and replace radiator cap.
Half full. If you look at it as just a glass with water in it then that's what it is. If you put meaning into it then the glass will always be completely full. How full do you want your glass?
I'm guessing, but the coolant level sensor is probably in the overflow bottle and it is low. This is so you notice it before the radiator itself is low.
no it should not be half full, it should be 80-90% full with the void space pressurized by or with air
there is supposed to be water in the radiator. your radiator is supposed to be evenly mix 50/50 with radiator fluid and water, preferably distilled water.
check the antifreeze level in the radiator, when a heater blows cool/cold air there is not enough antifreeze/water in the radiator.
If you are speaking of a radiator in an automobile, there is a plastic bottle on the side of the radiator, and it is marked for the fluid level; "ADD" or "FULL". The cap on the bottle will say "COOLANT ONLY" or words to that effect. Do not overfill. Older model vehicles you will add water to the radiator itself. Remove the radiator cap, slowly, and pour in the water. NEVER REMOVE THE RADIATOR CAP IF THE ENGINE HAS BEEN RUNNING! Wait until it cools down.
There is a water reservoir tank that goes to the radiator that you can add the water to.
It does not have a radiator cap, you fill the radiator through the overflow/ reservoir tank located on the passanger side inner fender. It has marks on the tank to show normal fill levels (about half full is normal).
the overflow reservoir, it should have marks for full cold and hot
The temperature will be the same.