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It is the coolant filler for the engine so you may get some coolant come out. Only do it if the engine is cold.

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There is also a seal with the nut, as Colin correctly mentions little will escape with a cold engine as the thermostat will be fully closed and leaving the pressure cap on will also help minimise loss of coolant

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4 hours ago, MerchantOfVenice said:

Can I safely remove this nut to replace it?

 

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Oh man I though it was just me and my OCD!!

I cheated though - I sprayed all my rusty looking nut heads in my engine bay and wheel arch with satin black 

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2 hours ago, MerchantOfVenice said:

I’d like to stick to oem!

progress with the engine bay 

 

 

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I assume you'll be straightening the oil filler cap when you've finished?

 

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is there something amiss with the top of the brake fluid reservoir cap !

Malc

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