Now I see, and it's a bit misleading. From the Valvoline website,Probably the Latest & Greatest Green Formula. You could always contact Zerex and ask them .
I used Pentofrost A2 in a '92 88 to get the appropriate green color in a long life coolant. After some research I found it to be the only long life full strength coolant made at the time, but it was spec'd for Hyundai/Kia. Wonder if that car has any coolant related issues now. What color is Peak 10x?
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Yes I forgot about that. And in 4 months I'll probably ask a similar question all over again.Currently has the traditional green stuff and I will be doing a complete flush so I can start from scratch. Will not be using the same old school green as I want something with longer life. This 1995 was a split year with the early cars getting the green coolant before changing to Dexcool later...bobistheoilguy.com
You started a Thread about this 4 Months ago, and then started another 1 today, Hello Car54
What is ironic is that I posted in your other Thread.
Ok.......what do the other Coolant manufactures 5 year guarantee protect against ?Now I see, and it's a bit misleading. From the Valvoline website,
So it's not that it's a long life coolant that will last 5 years 150,000 miles between changes, it's just that it guarantees engine failure caused by freeze-ups or boil-overs, which if you keep the correct concentration, will never happen.
- 5 YEAR/150,000 MILE GUARANTEE protects against engine failure caused by freeze-ups or boil-overs
Not sure but GM cars in the last 10 or 15 years have a 5 year 150K coolant change interval. And from the AC Delco website on Dexcool,Ok.......what do the other Coolant manufactures 5 year guarantee protect against ?
If you don't like it, read on. I haven't read anything interesting from you on this.Interesting Forum here, if you cannot help someone else out, then just help yourself!
If you don't like it, read on. I haven't read anything interesting from you on this.
In case it's above your head, Dexcool played a part in the failure of the plastic intake gaskets.
Go police someone else!