Question about 2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee
Posted by Anonymous on
Most newer vehicles are using this Dex Cool type that suposedly last to 100,000 miles, but the problem is it collects alot of grime in the radiator, its usually a little orange in color. for a while now there has been a big concern that the types cannot mix, and there right, because there is a different chemical make up in them all. but I suggest you use the universal type, its the safest for all systems and vehicles.look on the jug your about to purchase, and it should say (universal) on the front. hope this helps
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