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(2000 Ford Mustang)
in Houston, TX on May 05, 2009
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
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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.

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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.
on May 10, 2009
50/50 mix with water
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