Technical Color of Cooling water

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Technical Color of Cooling water

Jeka5287

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Hi,
I'm owner of 98 1.6SX automatic Bravo, i was wondering which color of cooling water should i use in my bravo.

thank's.:)
 

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The colour is irrelevant. You can get blue, green and red and probably more. It's how much you put in that matters.
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Get one to match the colour of your car :D Doesn't matter which you use as long as you follow the mixing instructions and (if changing) remove any airlocks in the pipes (bane of my life last year :rolleyes:) after :).
 
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Jeka5287

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Does someone know how I romeving the air locks?
because when i'm going on low speed in heavy traffic conditions my temerature going up to 90.
 
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How fast is the temperature gauge moving and have you got above the minimum level of coolant at present? There's a thread on possible causes of high temperature readings here, will find it out for you :)
 
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My fan is fine, i checked it and the coolant level is ok, the first idea that coming to me is that i have air locks, does someone can help me with that?
 

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