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Does anyone know how to check for proper coolant level in a ENDTF673? I lost some coolant this weekend due to an overheat and need to be sure of proper level. Can any one reccomend a procedure for flushing out of the cooling system should I decide to change it completely ( pretty likely) . Thanks for your help guys.

Sean

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poke your finger in the radiator - - - If you can touch coolant you're OK.

If you can't reach the coolant,- - - put some more it! This method will still leave some room for expanction but still keep enough H2O and glycol to keep things cool!

Try it ,you'll like it!

Packer

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Does anyone know how to check for proper coolant level in a ENDTF673? I lost some coolant this weekend due to an overheat and need to be sure of proper level. Can any one reccomend a procedure for flushing out of the cooling system should I decide to change it completely ( pretty likely) .  Thanks for your help guys.

Sean

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When filling the receantly flushed radiator.... try using de-ionized water. Even distilled water has some 'stuff' in it and will shorten cooland life. The cost is about $8.00 per fill and will do a much better job than tap water.

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Hello

I like to run the engine wile filling the radiator with fluid. I do this when the engine is cold and by the time its up to temp it will spill over any excess coolant to the roadside and be at proper level.

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