Question about Chevrolet Suburban 2500
Well, 50 50 means half antifreeze and half water. if your tight on money, get straight coolant and mix with water. 50% coolant/antifreeze and 50% water. That's why it's called texaco 50/50. Your paying more for there water then you would out of your faucet. If your not able to fix the leak yourself, take it to a shop. You can spend around $200 in a shop now or $300 in antifreeze over the next year. Your choice but to me it's better to fix now then later. Cuz if it runs dry, motor overheats. Hot motor means scorched piston walls and warpped heads. Meaning around $1400 in repairs if not more. If you can find the leak, I should be able to help you with the process of fixing/replacing neccesary parts. If it's simple enough, you should only need basic hand tools.
Posted on Sep 19, 2008
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