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You can buy pre-mix that is already to go in. Other wise 50/50 with distilled water. "Engine ice" also is a good alternative as a coolant that will actually help it run cooler.

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The total engine coolant capacity is 7.4 quarts.

Just changing the thermostat should not drain the entire system so you wont need that much.

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