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Old 06-22-2014, 08:42 PM   #1
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Coolant level

I just took a long trip after repair to my cooling system, and the dash complained that the coolant level was low. No over heating issue, just a low level, probably due to the cooling issue from last month leading to some coolant pushing out at high temp.

I'm letting the engine cool in the driveway now, and I looked at the coolant fill cap. There's some complicated looking directions about filling the coolant, and I wonder if I need to follow them when topping off.

Anybody have any experience topping off the coolant? Can I just pour in some coolant-water mix or do I need to do something special?

2009 Berkshire 390 BH (40)



2009 FR Berkshire 390BH
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Old 06-13-2015, 11:43 AM   #2
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I'm wondering the same you add to the reservoir or to the overflow? And they seem to make adding fluids anywhere next to impossible as there's very little clearance.
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