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Audi A6 Quatro liquid coolant

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I have Audi A6 Quatro'99 and I would like to add some anti freez coolant into but I wasn't sure What kind Anti freez coolant for Audi, I went to Auto zone but they weren't sure eather, Anybody in this forum please help me for my problem and I appeciate.Thank you very much.

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G 12 is the only antifreeze you should use in that engine

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