coolant on 2000 Ford Mustang

How much coolant should I have in the car during the Texas summer heat. Also, what could I do to ensure my 2000 mustang makes it through without any problems

by in Houston, TX on May 05, 2009
2 answers
ANSWER by on May 06, 2009
You don't need any more coolant than you do during the winter. Just make sure you've got the right mixture and that the level is correct. Check RepairPal's page on your car for common problems to watch out for: http://repairpal.com/ford-mustang-2000 As long as your actively maintaining your car at a good garage and following the manufacturer's schedule for maintenance, you should be in good shape.
ANSWER by on May 10, 2009
50/50 mix with water
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