Question about 2006 Dodge Caravan
Hi annstone105, a 50/50 premix is a good solution for you,there are many brands but for your reference STP 50/50 premix then you dont have to add water it is good to -37C and boil over @ 129C based on a good 15 psi rad cap. However just ask at your local automotive store or gas station and they will help you as it dosnt have to be STP. If you use a 50/50 product you should drain the old coolant and replace till full and test it for weather rating easy to do and any garage will test this at likely no charge to you. hope this helps you good luck :)
Posted on Nov 11, 2008
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