Q: Q: How do I check the coolant level?

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How do I check the coolant level?

It’s a good idea to occasionally check the coolant level. To do so, pop the hood, and locate the coolant reservoir. This reservoir should have two lines labeled Cold Fill Range. The coolant level should rest between those two lines.

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