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What type of coolent do i need to use in my 2006 Suzuki forenza?

I am low on coolant, I need to add to the tank, what type should I use?
Orange or Yellow? My car when purchased used did not come with a manual.

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Just make sure that the coolant is mixed 50/50. Don't worry about the color. You can buy coolant pre-mixed, which says you the trouble of mixing it yourself. Hope this helped.

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You can not mix coolant types...mixing coolant types causes the coolant to "gum up" and can cause cooling system nightmares

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