Green coolant (prestone, etc)
dex-cool coolant is used in most 3.1 engines,
dex-cool is made for Chevy vehicles but prestone has a universal coolant that works too.
A 1997 Chevy Cavalier uses a standard 50/50 mix of antifreeze coolant and water. This keeps the engine from overheating and from freezing in the winter.
depends on the year but mostly the newer ones call for the orange colored coolant. Go to a parts house and buy it
50/50 mixture of DEXCOOL and water
Freon but you can convert over to the new stuff
for my 2000 Chevy Venture I use DexCool. It is the ONLY one recommended by GM.
Was built for R12, should be converted to R134a
Dexron. Automatic Transmission fluid
Either V-6 4.3 or V-8 350
Corsica is part of france so they must use the same type of money euros
Dextron II or Dextron III either will work
In 1975 no manufacturer was really recommending a particular coolant. So any good quality antifreeze will do as long as that is all that is in the system. Don't mix coolant types
most likely it is freon. your best bet is to convert it over to 134 a
it uses dexcool coolant
Talk to your parts/service guy at your local dealership, coolant can be specific to year of production. Typically Dex-Cool or Chrysler Green will do just fine and is what the dealerships use
Since your model of car is older you should use orange dexcool. It protects against rust in higher mileage cars
water, anti freeze or coolant.
You use engine coolant, period. There is no manufacturer specific kind. Make sure you mix it 50 percent coolant and 50 percent water. -actually its the green kind-
A 1991 Chevy Camaro with a manual transmission needs Dexron II ATF fluid. It provides lubricant and cooling to the transmission.
Automatic? Probably the 700R4. The 700R4 was replaced by the 4L60-E in 1993 in the 1500 series.
all disc breaks all the way around. just go to autozone.com and put in your make and model. it will show you the kind you need.
A 1997 Jeep Wrangler uses green coolant.