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Old 04-23-2013, 07:34 AM   #1
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Draining excess coolant

Hey so I just put to much coolant in my mustang it starts to overflow out of the reservoir after driving for a bit. I spent a good amount of time taking some out with a straw. Is there any other way to drain it ?
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You can drain it from the bottom. There's a petcock at the bottom of the radiator on the drivers side I believe.
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Is that going to drain from the reservoir or no?
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That will drain it from the radiator, and will balance out through normal driving. Just be careful and have something to catch the fluid with because it will come out in a hurry!!
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That will drain it from the radiator, and will balance out through normal driving. Just be careful and have something to catch the fluid with because it will come out in a hurry!!
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