If it's anything like my mom's 2000 Regal (3.8 L engine), it's buried
in the belt system. Yeah, looks like it's attached to the pump and
there's no long tube for the dipstick/fill, it's just a cap on the
On Fri, 20 May 2005 16:42:28 -0400, "Jeff Bulach"
You have to reach your hand way down over the
back of the engine, and I would
do it while the engine is cold. You have to reach
past the two heater hoses and it's easy to burn
your arm. You will feel the reservoir cap.
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