As per the Hyundai i10 manual i10 1.1 irde2 should required 4.2 liter of total coolant mixture in 30:70 coolant:Water ratio.
So how much litre of coolant i should add in how much litre of water?
and what is the disadvantage of adding more quantity ratio of coolant vs water?
Well, all you need to do is to coordinate with the dealership and the RTO to the get the registration process done. Moreover, it will be dependent upon where you will be driving the car, Delhi or Allahbad.
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The rear suspension of a car like your i10 comprises of a dead axle, springs and dampers. There could be a number of problems that could result in the replacement of any one these or even each and every one of these parts. The axle costs around 9,800 rupees, could be more or less depending upon your area. The springs cost around 980 rupees each and the dampers that cost around 1400 rupees each. Apart from these there would be labour charges that you could confirm at your nearest Hyundai dealer. The price of these part may vary according to the area you live in, kindly confirm it at your nearest dealership.