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

You really should use water. The coolant (permanant type anti-freeze
ethylene-glycol based) NEEDS to be mixed with soft water to create a
50/50 mix UNLESS you already bought the diluted, ready to add stuff.
Any of the nationaly branded anti-freeze is OK, just make sure it says
"safe for aluminum". Stick with the green stuff if you can get it.
David Teitelbaum
vin 10757

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Joe Dalton" <joe.dalton@...> wrote:
> Hi All,
> Using the wrong kind of coolant may ruin your engine.
> I recall an incident with my Citroen CX 2200 back in the
> late 70's.
> Aluminum parts of the cooling system were totally eaten
> by aggressive coolant.
> Aluminum is also very sensitive when water is used.
> Since there is a lot of aluminum in the D's cooling
> system, I only use the correct type of coolant, no
> water!
> Welmoed.
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