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What color antifreeze does a 2003 dodge durango use?

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I do not think the color matters, just read the label what temperatures it operates properly as some a green, some blue and some orange, I personally use the orange ELF antifreeze with operating temperatures from -23 Celcius to +50 Celcius

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