When your engine is running, it makes power—but it also makes heat. And that’s where engine coolant comes in.
Coolant circulates through the engine and absorbs heat, helping keep the engine at the right operating temperature.
Coolant also helps keep your engine working as efficiently as possible, helps keep its emissions low, and even helps provide that toasty heater air on cold days.
You should check your vehicle’s coolant level every time you fill up the fuel tank. And if you ever need to add coolant, here’s how to do it.