Coolant Level Check
To help avoid danger of being burned, do not remove degassing tank cap while engine and radiator are still hot. Scalding fluid and steam can be blown out under pressure if cap is taken off too soon.
To check level, look at “see-through” degassing tank (1).
When engine is cool, check coolant level in degassing tank.
A normal coolant level should be between “MAXI” level mark (2) and “MINI” level mark (3) on degassing tank.
If coolant level is below “MINI” level mark, remove degassing tank cap (4) and add proper coolant to degassing tank to bring coolant level up to “MAXI” level mark. Then, install cap.
If proper quality antifreeze is used, there is no need to add extra inhibitors or additives that claim to improve system. They may be harmful to proper operation of system, and are unnecessary expense.