coudesluijs at chello.nl
Sun Aug 20 00:51:31 MDT 2017
Green/blue coolant cannot be mixed with red/purple. If you have the
latter in your engine, drain it asap, flush with a radiator cleaner and
plenty of water after removing the thermostat. Refit the thermostat and
fill up with the proper stuff, i.e. green/blue coolant.
Op 20-8-2017 om 0:01 schreef Bob Spidell:
> I'd stick with green stuff (Prestone, Zerex, etc.). Have heard of
> problems mixing different types/colors, up to and including gelling of
> the liquids. If you were to install, you'd probably want to flush all
> evidence of any earlier type of AF before changing to a different
> type. Some AFs are for iron blocks, some for aluminum and some--like
> Prestone--say 'for all engine types.' Plus, green AF is available
> pretty much everywhere, and MB stuff may possibly only be sold by
> dealers and requires payment of your first-born.
> Bob Spidell - San Jose, CA
> On August 19, 2017 at 8:53 PM healeymanjim
> <healeymanjim at hansencc.net> wrote:
> have a gallon of mercedes benz antifreeze given to me by a
> neighbor. can this be used in a healey. have always used
> prestone, etc.
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