Renault Clio: Engine cooling: Parts and consumables for the repair

Renault Clio III (2005-2013) Service Manual / Engine And Peripherals / Cooling / Engine cooling: Parts and consumables for the repair

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Coolant GLACEOL RX (TYPE D)

Note: Ready-to-use coolant or antifreeze must be diluted with distilled water in accordance with the guidelines marked on the container.

Engine cooling: Precautions for the repair

IMPORTANT

The circuits are designed to be pressurized, so be careful at high temperatures (risk of serious burns).

Never remove the cap from the expansion bottle while the engine is hot.

Take care when carrying out a repair under the bonnet, as the radiator fan(s) may start to operate without warning.

Do not open the bleed valve(s) while the engine is running.

Only use recommended coolants: GLACEOL RX (TYPE D).

WARNING

WARNING

Take care not to damage the cooling unit fins (radiator, condenser, etc.) during handling. When carrying out a repair that requires a complete circuit drain, it is essential to flush the circuit with clean water, blow compressed air through the circuit to eliminate water, fill and drain the circuit and then " measure the effective protection " . The parameters to be observed are:

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