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In this video, I have a quick look at the cooling system on a Hyundai Ioniq 38kWh electric car. These models have water battery cooling too, whereas the previous 28kWh model had a forced air cooled battery pack. Many owners of the 38kWh Ioniq are experiencing a "low coolant" message on the dash, when the coolant bottle isn’t actually low. I read initially that Hyundai dealers were replacing the coolant sensor, which then wasn’t resolving the problem. The current solution is to drain, flush and refill the cooling system completely and there is now a "recall" in place to do this on all cars as they come into the dealerships for other work. I had read that a different coolant was being used. If anyone could shed any light on this, please do let me know in the comments.
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