It's probably not a good idea. The "permanent" antifreeze has different characteristics and is designed to help the cooling system perform better and last longer.
The Green AntiFreeze is the answer to this question. The only Toyota's that takes the Pink AntiFreeze are the 2006 and newer.
1998 Toyota Camry takes red antifreeze. some take green and orange, depending on the year. was never given a name, just the color.
The Toyota Tundra stop light switch cold wire is green. Sometimes the wire is green with a yellow stripe circling around the wire.
It uses green antifreeze.It uses green antifreeze.
Almost all antifreeze is green.
It uses ethelyne glycol antifreeze which is generally the "green" stuff although Toyota does recommend using their own special fluid.
No, antifreeze is green or pink. If your antifreeze is brown (its rust) you to flush and clean your cooling/heating system. No, antifreeze is green or pink. If your antifreeze is brown (its rust) you to flush and clean your cooling/heating system.
Silicate (green) type antifreeze does not mix with red type antifreeze. Never mix them 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. Always use what is recommended by the vehicle manufacturer.
The green colour is just a dye. Green antifreeze is generally referred to as "universal" antifreeze - it's accepted in a very wide range of motors, both petrol and diesel.
It uses R134a refrigerant and green antifreeze.It uses R134a refrigerant and green antifreeze.
Yes, antifreeze, especially the bright green antifreeze, is toxic to raccoons.
regular green antifreeze
It takes the green Antifreeze
yes, but will dilute to the lesser quality of the two,and all color or any antifreeze can be added to other but will not replace it
tundras: spotted tundra black vine tundra mammoth tundra green roof tundra leatherback tundra blueridge tundra
In vehicles that require green, yes.