No it will not but don't mix it with the orange.
it is not reccomended to mix orange coolant with green. it will harm cooling system. only use dex-cool or the correct brand. call dealership to see if universal coolant is ok!!
It takes the green Antifreeze
It's the pink antifreeze
You must drain and flush the orange before going green, and there is a chance you may not get it all. Orange plus green = sludge. It's better for the first time to drain the orange, flush the best you can, and use the universal "works with all" antifreeze. Then you can go green with any subsequent changes. You absolutely should NOT change from the orange Dexcool to green antifreeze. The green will deteriorate certain components and gaskets used in the engines that use the Dexcool antifreeze. Yes, the orange is much more expensive, but it does not require flushing and replacing very often. I would never put the green in a car that requires the orange.
radiator antifreeze coolant.
it hasnt gone orange. alot of vehicles, all gms for example, use dexcool antifreeze wich is orange.you cannot mix it with green antifreeze.
green , the Owner Guide shows not to use orange
The difference between the two colors is that orange antifreeze contains a different type of corrosion inhibitor that has a much longer service life than silicates, phosphates and borates. Orange antifreeze contains organic acids that protect engine parts from corrosion. Silicate (green) type antifreeze does not mix with orange type antifreeze. Never mix the two colors in a cooling system. The organic acids in orange types will cause precipitation of silicates in the green type and corrosion protection is greatly reduced.
you use green antifreeze not orange// orange in GM only do not use orange .......
neon green Actually, this car uses DEXCOOL, so the coolant should be pinkish-orange, unless you have switched to the new, universal neon green stuff. - canavm
Gold Green Red Orange is most popular once.
The green color antifreeze will be just fine.
There is a class action law suit pending against the dexcool, orange antifreeze. If air enters the system it will cause it to congeal.
Some normal colors are green, yellow, red, pink, orange, blue,....
It uses green antifreeze.It uses green antifreeze.
You can but then the mixture will turn into gel and your entire coolant system will be ruined. If you continue driving your engine will overheat and your car, destroyed.
I usually change it when I do the oil. But it would depend on how much you drive and how you drive. If its no longer green/orange probably time to change it. The cleaner you keep it the better the run.
Antifreeze is a liquid that comes in more than one color because companies add their own coloring. Bright green is a common color for antifreeze but some companies use orange.
Generally it is caused by mixing two incompatible types of antifreeze. Such as regular green propylene glycol with Dex-Cool. They are supposed to be mixable, but they turn into an orange-green mud in the cooling system.
If you have the LT1 engine with alum. heads, the orange Dex-Cool extended life coolant is recommended.