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Volkswagen Jetta, Golf, GTI: 1985-1992 (A2) Correct Coolant Level???


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Thomas M

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Correct Coolant Level???
Posted: Jun 25, 2017 8:29 PM
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1991 1.6 NA diesel, non-turbo

I followed my Bentley Manual VG92 for Draining and Filling Coolant. (*4:7*)

However, I first added coolant to the block via the radiator hose connection on the head.....just to be sure that there was fluid going through the water pump on start-up. Then I filled the expansion tank and followed the procedure in the manual.

How can I be sure that the system has the required amount of fluid? If I run the engine and make sure the fill bottle is full, will that mean that the engine has the requred amount of coolant??

What about trapped air? Does the system self-bleed??

Comment, please.
milujames

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Re: Correct Coolant Level???
Posted: Dec 7, 2017 6:40 AM   in response to: Thomas M in response to: Thomas M
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me too have a doubt on this. i have Volkswagen polo gt and im from uae working in Indian curry powder and curry masala exporter company. i too had the doubt about how we understand that how much fluid are required? and what is the correct level of adding coolant? please comment..
Johne343

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Re: Correct Coolant Level???
Posted: Jun 1, 2019 4:16 AM   in response to: Thomas M in response to: Thomas M
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I am not enough sure but I think so that if fill bottle is full then it shows that engine has the required amount of coolant. I suggest you to play casino online for real money now. You should follow the instruction written on the manual and should not worry about anything else.

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