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It has 5 US quarts coolant. You can check HERE as a reference


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Yes of course you can add antifreeze or coolant to plain water. The question is why are you running plain water in an automobile? If you are not comfortable get someone to add it. It is easy, and whoever changed your thermostat should have done this. If they won't make it right then have another mechanic do it. The cost of a gallon of coolant and an hour's ...


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I have the same kind of mind back in 2019. But after I did research online and discuss it with a mechanic, here it is. Many product antifreezes have anti-rust or rust protection. Car with plain water (tap water) will corrode the engine overtime because of impurities or minerals inside. Adding plain water or tap water to Antifreeze defeats the purpose of ...


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No, you really shouldn't do that. You aren't really protecting anything by doing it. You're just putting a weak form of antifreeze into your cooling system, which will drop the freeze point a few degrees, but won't stop it from freezing. 50/50 coolant is ready to use. Don't add water to it. If it does have only water in the system, there should be no problem ...


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Using distilled water is a garage mechanic tale in trying to use "pure" water that won't create deposits (if you regularly flush your system deposits are not an issue). However, distilled water is actually bad - when water is distilled, or “stripped,” of its minerals and impurities, the resulting solution is composed of chemically imbalanced “ions.”...


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