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Anitfreeze - 1984 Chevrolet Caprice

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    Green??? more info please!!!!!!!!!!!!!



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Hi Durag

Or coolant by its other name, and usually green, or pink.

Definately recommended, at 4O% strength to protect your cooling system from freeze damage, and normaly includes an addative to inhibit corrosion, and increase the boiling point of your coolant temperature.
If you are experiencing Extreme Sub Zero cold weather and chill factors, an increase of coolant strength is advisable.

You can check the strength of you cars coolant, with the aid of an anti freeze tester tool, kept in all garages.

Hope this is of help.


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