tkyoshi said:Bring it back to the dealer, they should be able to look at it. Maybe they missed it during predelivery. It might have been low when you picked the car up.
Anyway get the dealer to look at it, they should test it for leaks and top it up for free.
Really the only one you can use is the Mopar one. Do NOT use GM Dexcool or Dexcool compatible ones as they are OAT Coolants, the Mopar one is HOAT though they are similar in color.DodgeGirlKathy said:Do not drive the car with no antifreeze coolant!! It will overheat in minutes and cause severe engine damage.
Get the car to your dealership service dept ASAP. Have it towed if necessary to avoid driving it.
Did you know there is a FREE roadside assistance service thru DCX? (This not the same thing as a service contract.) (US and Canada!) You should have gotten a brochure or card at delivery (black and yellow) with this information. If not, call your service dept or go to the Dodge website to get the phone number to call from them.
Tip: On dodge.com, click "Owner Services" at the very top of the page. Then when that page displays, click on "Roadside Assistance" at bottom right.
The roadside assistance service will contact the appropriate towing service for you. This is all done for you so you don't have any out of pocket cost to get your car into the shop.
If you add any coolant yourself so you can limp to the dealership, don't just grab any off-the-shelf brand. REFER TO THE OWNERS MANUAL to find out what type of antifreeze formula to use, because it's a new type.
I guess as cars become more sophisticated everything becomes more proprietary.tkyoshi said:Really the only one you can use is the Mopar one. Do NOT use GM Dexcool or Dexcool compatible ones as they are OAT Coolants, the Mopar one is HOAT though they are similar in color.
Prestone says theirs is compatible but I belive that is just on their word and it's not officially certified, theirs is more of a Dexcool compatible coolant.