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Why would you only get 2 quarts of antifreeze out of your radiator when there is supposed to be 11 quarts of fluid in the system?

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2004-02-15 21:27:33
2004-02-15 21:27:33

Np, because most of your coolant is contained in the engine block. So when you drain your coolant from your radiator, most of the coolant will *remain* in the block.

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