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Learn how to check car engine coolant levels with expert car tips in this free online automotive repair video clip. Expert: William Myers Contact: Bio: William Myers has been a Senior Master Technician for Subaru since 1998. He is an ASE Certified Master Technician and L1 Advanced Level Specialist. Filmmaker: EV studios

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23 Responses to “Car Maintenance and Repair Tips : How to Check Engine Coolant Levels in a Car”

  1. FreshStyle893 says:

    COOL with the COOLant video

  2. davedrave says:

    cool vid

  3. justinjreese says:

    Thanks I really needed to hear this. You’re a life saver!

  4. ratecoudo says:

    I like fixing cars thank you man for this video..

  5. beaman220 says:

    Now that’ll be $85….

  6. steveooo124 says:

    i just went to get a apprentaship

  7. simucal says:

    It doesn’t matter if it’s low even, if your car overheats from simply having a pint less of coolant inside your radiator then you have other issues to worry about. Reservoir tanks are useless, I run all my cars without them.

  8. ChevyTech says:

    simucal is a fucking idiot, you are the reason I have a job. Thank you!

  9. 99minerkc says:

    beaman220 (1 month ago) Show Hide
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    Now that’ll be $85….
    Wow nice price do my car! o.o

  10. 99minerkc says:

    beaman220 (1 month ago) Show Hide
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    Now that’ll be $85….
    Actually, Chevy cars are the reason why you have a job! American cars in general “SUCK”! Give me a Jap car ANY DAY over American!!

  11. tomkkkkk says:

    Ditto dude, I love cars, the money isnt great to start off with but people have to remember you are getting paid to learn, so really it aint as bad as it seems. Once you are qualified you can earn good bux and do stuff you enjoy! Also alot of blokes will envy your knowledge :p

  12. XlElementXl says:

    I 100% agree! I’ll NEVER drive an american/domestic vehicle. Right now I drive an ’86 Celica GT-S – my first car 🙂

  13. doubletap85 says:

    Did a video really need to be made for this? If you need a video for this, you should probably just keep paying the dealership to fix your car lol.

  14. skyraider200 says:

    There are people out there that dont know anything under the hood/bonnet of a car , they put water in the oil filler , oil in the screenwash bottle ,oil in the brake reservoir , even try to top up the engine oil down the dipstick hole !
    yep people need these video’s

  15. jime19911 says:

    Your a retard. It uses that coolant when it runs low in the radiator. It also lets the heated coolant to overflow into the resivoir when it builds up enough pressure so it doesn’t blow the hose off or something. Thats why its there. I bet your cars overheat all the time and run with no coolant in the radiator.

  16. jime19911 says:

    Look strait down at it when its hot and open it with your face over it. Especially when the coolant resivoir is part of the whole system like a ford taurus. 8)

  17. jime19911 says:

    Yea iv seen it at work. People can be really stupid. They put the wrong fluid in the wrong spot even when it says on the cap what to put in it.

  18. 69fordgreenmonster says:

    i hope someone can help me out i have a 88 nissan maxima 6 cylinder. it runs fine on the street but as soon as it reaches 65mph on the highway it starts shaking like crazy up and down really bad .i decrease to 64 and it stops.other times i have pushed it to 80mph and nothing goes wrong it runs smooth im totally lost anyone help!???

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  20. mrjost55 says:

    My sister’s 2008 Mitsubishi Eclipse with a V6 is so cramped under the hood that I can’t even see the Full mark on the resevoir. All you have access to is the cap…I tried to find that mark for like 5 minutes….while on my car(IS250) it’s much easier…So I don’t know what Mitsubishi were thinking when they did that.

  21. pantera101188666 says:

    bad tie rod ends or ball joints or even an unbalanced tire or a cord broken in the tire

  22. X2iVaz says:

    Don’t forget Toyota made your car, and Toyota have pretty smart. In my 09 ‘rolla, it’s very compact, yet I can still see everything!

  23. mrjost55 says:

    I finally found the mark by researching about it online. Apparently, it’s all the way at the bottom of the tube/cylinder/reservoir -on the inside, and you have to use a flashlight to see anything. This is why I like cars that are easy to work on. I heard VW/Audi are the worst for the DIY guys.

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