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There are a bunch of these "pink" coolants on the market today. These are
long life coolants made to go from 50-100k. They are cheap and phosphate
free, but I've heard that they don't transfer heat as well. The one that
comes to mind is Havoline form Texaco, but I'm sure there are others.
On Sat, 03 Oct 98 21:32:31 EDT Daniel Hussey <GY3WSX@vm.sc.edu> writes:
> I had my car in the shop (Dunn's Imports in Middleton, Wisconsin)
>out something else and I had them flush the coolant. They added a
>coolant. I was a little concerned but Jeff Dunn, the owner is a big
>OEM stuff and likes to do things right way. Anyways, I was at the
>shortly afterwards and saw a "pink" coolant in a new A4. I am
>guessing this is
>new OEM? Does anyone know who the manufacturer is? Is it good?
> 90 200TQ
Adam Nelson '85 4000S, Blaupunkt cassette, Starbucks go cup, '69 Beetle,
windows, hand held fan, '91 Vanagon, KYB Gas a Just, bug screens.
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