Standard antifreeze should be changed every two years. Long life antifreeze needs changing every five years.
no you should not drive with a blown headgasket, water is now in the oil and will ruin the bearings etc.
i have a 94 cadillac sls and i think i blew a headgasket thers oil in my antifreeze resovar and thers antifreeze in my oil whats the best thing to do does steel seal realy work should i drain both of thoes before i use it Yes, but any sealant that's to be used in the coolant system is for emergency situations. It will cause more problems in the long run than it will fix. From the sound of your problem, you need to see a qualified mechanic.
Most manufacturers recommend that you change antifreeze every 2 or 3 years or after driving 30,000 miles. Always best to check your owner's manual for specific recommendations about your car. 3 years puts me at about 30,000 miles, so I change it then.
any antifreeze should work but I would use a universal antifreeze equivelant to dexcool
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get the universal antifreeze it can be used with the blue or red antifreeze
How much 50 percent antifreeze solution and 40 percent antifreeze solution should be combined to give 50 gallons of 46 percent antifreeze solution?
Usually a 50 / 50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water for year round use to provide corrosion protection , freeze and boil over protection . In colder climates , Ford states not to exceed 60 % antifreeze . The corrosion protection " portion " of the antifreeze does wear out so follow the suggested change intervals for the type of antifreeze that is required for your vehicle
Not the day you change over to water, in fact it should cool slightly better.BUTNot having the corrosion protection included in Antifreeze will cause the system to be damaged and overheat very soon.
what type of antifreeze should i use on a 2011 hyundai sonata
there should be a drain cock on the bottom of the radiator not positive on what side but it will be on the bottom corner motor side of the radiator
check your fluids it is probably low on antifreeze and if it still does it change your thermostat that should fix the problem
No. Antifreeze should not mix with engine oil in any vehicle.
50% water and 50% antifreeze year round.
Any antifreeze which is Dexcool approved.
you should have a petcock valve on the bottom of the radiator. beware. do not use automobile antifreeze in a motorcycle. it contains silicone that will wear your water pump. make sure to use motorcycle antifreeze or silicone free automotive. Try this link out. It's got pictures and directions to help you with the coolant change. http://users.zoominternet.net/~capronem/Coolant%20change.htm
some people have said you should and others have said you dont have to. I myself have never put antifreeze in the during installation in all the years i have worked on cars
you should use the dextrol coolant
No, they definitely cannot. Antifreeze is a very toxic substance to all animals. You should take extensive precautions to ensure that your cat cannot get to any antifreeze, and you most definitely should not intentionally give it to a cat.
Ford vehicles come from the factory with 50 / 50 mix of antifreeze and distilled water Ford says minimum 40 % antifreeze and maximum 60 % antifreeze for proper engine protection
50 / 50 mixture of antifreeze and preferably distilled water usually ( Ford says not to have less than 40 % antifreeze and not more than 60 % antifreeze )
i think that that's illegal, so you should not do that