Re: [DML] Coolant Level - Winter Seepage
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Re: [DML] Coolant Level - Winter Seepage



Robert, do not mix orange coolant with traditional green coolant, 
regardless of what the bottle says.  GM Engineering ran tests on 
mixing them with poor results.

As a side note, I would recommend sticking with green coolant.  It is 
what your system was designed for.  In addition, when orange coolant 
gets too hot it has a tendancy to gel, which plugs water passages and 
fries water pumps.  A well-maintained car should never overheat, but 
things happen and I would not want that in my cooling system if I ran 
hot for some reason.


Sandor
#3002



 

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "outatime81" <outatime81@...> wrote:


> BTW, can you mix the "orange stuff" with the "green stuff"?  Is it 
> compatable,  What's the difference?

> Tom Watkins
> #05732




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