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Old 01-19-2009, 03:41 AM   #1
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Sorry for the basic question, but I cannot find in my documentation or see the location of where to check my coolant. I have an 03 Journey DL.

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There should be a plastic resovoir near the radiator that you can see the anti-freeze in. Mine has a cold and hot line if memory serves correctly.
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Doug is correct. Look in the upper right corner of the engine access bay and there is a plastic coolant reservoir. It has both hot and cold full marks.
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Thanks to all. Will do tonight
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