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Old 11-10-2011, 08:06 AM
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Thanks hemilancer, that makes a lot of sense. If that's so though, how come there's no radiator cap and there's a dipstick which we are supposed to maintain a correct level of fluid, and there is no other place to add fluid. This shows me that the coolant in the overflow tank does indeed return to the radiator. Since this is the case I don't understand exactly how the whole system works and if I need to maintain the same height with the new tank...
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