How to Replace Coolant Overflow Tank 2006-10 Dodge Charger

How to Replace Coolant Overflow Tank 2006-10 Dodge Charger

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Your vehicle is equipped with a tank containing extra coolant, and space for the coolant to overflow to when the system gets hot. A cracked or broken tank could slowly drain your vehicle of much needed fluid. A dirty tank could send debris into the system, clogging it. Watch to learn how to install a direct fit coolant reservoir or overflow tank from TRQ in your 2006-10 Dodge Charger.

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Canyou Heminow says:

Do you need to drain all the coolant or just until the reservoir is empty?

Ivan Sierra says:

Whats that lower hose you took off called?

TFSFireman says:

You mixed Green coolant with Pink Dodge long life coolant. That's probably not acceptable to Dodge

Abs Charger says:

What kind of coolant should I use?

jean huard says:

you don't used the good coolant it suppose to be orange

Larry Gonzales says:

Why drain all the collant if you're just changing the reservoir?

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