Either slowly through top of radiator or through coolant recovery tank
loosen cable(bolt on either side of the support) adjust the cable using the bolts, then re-tighten
Go to the parts store and look in the book that hangs near the wipers and get either inserts or blades that will fit your car and there are instructions printed on them Good luckJoe
Either your coolant is actually low or you have a coolant sensor bad.
Could be either green or red. Red 5 year, HOAT type is what the service manual calls for.Could be either green or red. Red 5 year, HOAT type is what the service manual calls for.
Either the coolant reservoir is low on coolant or the coolant level sensor is NG.
Either do to a coolant leak or a failed coolant level sensor.
Either the coolant is low, or the level sensor has malfunctioned.
Its either in the coolant overflow tank or in the side of the radiator
Flush the coolant, change the coolant resevoir and add new coolant, it doesn't hurt to change the hoses either
Either low coolant level or the engine is overheating.
either in, or around your bumper
bad coolant level sensor in either side or bottom of plasit coolant resivoir,
Either green coolant or red ECL (extended life coolant), depending on year and make and model of engine.
The Coolant is a 50/50 water mixture. Most allow a 40-60 shift either way to modify temperature range but it is not recommended. However in an emergency situation adding water to drive a short distance to a service station is possible.
Depending on which model of Ford Escort , either the 2.0 liter SOHC or the 2.0 liter DOHC Zetec engine
Hire a hooker, chop off both of her legs, there. She has no legs, she can't run, she will be forced to be an escort.
The first thing that you need to check will be to make sure that you are depressing the service port schrader valves and if you are then you either have a bad compressor, a restricted system or the system is overcharged................
There is no way to reset the light. If the light is on, then either the coolant is low, the float is stuck or the sensor is bad.
Either universal green or red ELC (extended life coolant), depending on what engine it has.
There is a sensor either in the coolant recovery jug or the radiator side tank that is defective.
Check if it is consuming coolant or there is oil in the coolant. If either of these is true, you probably have a coolant leak or a bad head gasket, or a crack in your block or head. If not, you probably have a sticking thermostat.
Either on the top or on the side of the transmission.
It either has no compression, no fuel or no spark at the right time.
depending on what year the car is it will either be to the radiator or to the resivour