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Just about every driver knows that it’s a very bad sign when an engine is running hot—but what is coolant, and why is it so important? Coolant is the liquid that helps keep your vehicle’s temperature steady; it helps prevent both overheating and freezing. The word ‘coolant’ may be used interchangeably with antifreeze, but ‘coolant’ may also refer to a 50/50 mix of antifreeze and water. Interested in learning about how to check coolant levels at home, or what to do if your Jaguar’s coolant level is low? While you can always schedule service with our team, we’re happy to show you how it’s done.
Like other car fluids, coolant diminishes over time. Usually, it’s not necessary to flush and replace the existing coolant in the reservoir. In any case, it’s a good idea to check your car’s coolant level every three to six months. Whenever you’re looking under the hood, take a minute to check your coolant — it takes just a minute and can save you money and hassle later down the road. Be sure to check the color. Coolant can be a variety of different colors when purchased, but if the coolant is brown or rust-colored, there may be a radiator issue. You’ll want to schedule a service appointment at our service center and have a technician take a look!
First and foremost, make sure you’ve allowed your car to sit for a good 30 minutes, so it has plenty of time to cool down. Although you won’t always have to touch the radiator to check your car’s coolant level, it’s better to be safe than sorry. Follow these steps to check your coolant level at home:
If your Jaguar’s coolant level is low and you need to add more, use a funnel. As long as you’ve got the right kind of coolant, it’s a pretty easy task. Although you can sometimes use a 50/50 mix of coolant and water, you never want to dilute coolant that has already been pre-mixed—so be sure to read the label carefully!
Checking your vehicle’s coolant on a regular basis can help prevent radiator problems, but you’ll always want to be vigilant of any of the following warning signs:
Knowing how to check coolant levels at home can help prevent issues with overheating or freezing. Contact our service team with any questions, and be sure to browse our current service specials for coupons on parts and services. Looking for more service tips and tricks? Our information hub can give you pointers on everything from maintenance to proper sanitation of your car.
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